Is 'MOANA' misunderstanding or a trend?👯 I have watched 'Moana' while it was showing in cinemas, and this was very cool because all these delightful songs and dances on the back of vast sea are well worth to watch only like this!🎯
Liked the cartoon to tears (as usual))). A lot of personal issues were deeply touched.
It was about our beloved ones who remain with us even after their death, and in the vast ocean (of life) we are not left alone - our people's support stays with us always. It was about what are the real loyalty and strength ➡ to stay where you were born, or follow a dream?🌈
There are no negative or, to be precise, malicious characters in 'Moana' - they all act according to circumstances and their conception of justice, which is not in Hollywood style)
And now about what has confused: why is the main hero-demigod Maui was so freakish?!.. All the way Moana had to persuade him, to find arguments, being imbued with his personal emotional experiences, to convince him because something was always prevented this dancer: 🔘 no hook, 🔘 he has a hook, but has forgotten how to use it, 🔘 special circumstances of birth, 🔘 ingratitude of the human race, for which he has been working so hard, and finally 🔘 hook has broken.
Moana has dealt with super-task by herself, and it is not clear why has she spent so much time on Maui. Well, the natural conclusion (aka the moral of the fable) - woman is stronger than man. Generally, throughout this story just women were supporting Moana in her family (grandmother and mother), as opposed to men (father and Maui).
The ending is quite logical (although it does not make it less outrageous): Moana proposes to demigod to become her man (literally, to marry him): "My people need an experienced sailor," to what Maui replies in no uncertain terms that SHE IS the man🔥: "They already have one". What the hell⁉..
It is clear that any tale contains a metaphorical sense of values - what is good and what is bad, and description of the actions that will be an example for kids who will love these tales. And I am totally opposed to the interpretation of female roles like this one.
However, it used to end on an optimistic note).. ⬇⬇⬇