The Blue Elephant
Khan Kluay
Thailand, 2006, 92 minutes
The Blue Elephant Synopsis

Khankluay is a young elephant who lives his carefree life in a forest, but he's always wondering of his lost father whom he's never met. Inspired by the intention to search for his father, Khankluay leaves the forest and sets his journey to the bigger world. His journey brings such an extraordinary adventure to him. He's experienced so many lessons of life, and finds real friends. Finally, Khankluay becomes a mature elephant who's so brave and powerful, but has a gentle heart. He fights for the king and country until his courage becomes a legend.

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Reviewed by sharonmae
The cute animation will easily attract small children but the theme and story may appeal more to older kids and adults. This is because themes of war and conflict is... more
The cute animation will easily attract small children but the theme and story may appeal more to older kids and adults. This is because themes of war and conflict is a central topic of the film.  While the message that fighting is bad but sometimes necessary is made clear I personally think that younger kids can't really grasp that part where there are battles. Still, the love and protection of one's family is also stressed and I think this makes the film unique. Surprised also to know that voice talent here included not only Thai actors but also American stars like Martina Cosgrove and Martin Short. Check this out especially if you're an animated film fanatic!
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