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Inside Out

Directed by Pete Docter
United States, 2015
Animation, Adventure, Comedy


Growing up can be a bumpy road, and it’s no exception for Riley, who is uprooted from her Midwest life when her father starts a new job in San Francisco. Like all of us, Riley is guided by her emotions – Joy, Fear, Anger, Disgust and Sadness.

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Inside Out Directed by Pete Docter

Awards & Festivals

Academy Awards

2016 | Winner: Best Animated Feature Film of the Year

2016 | Nominee: Best Writing, Original Screenplay

American Film Institute Awards

2016 | Winner: Movie of the Year

Boston Society of Film Critics Awards

2015 | Winner: Best Animated Film

David di Donatello Awards

2016 | Nominee: Best Foreign Film

Along with Up and Monsters, Inc., pete Docter has directed some of Pixar’s most emotionally sophisticated features… As is the case with the best from Pixar, Inside Out features state-of-the-art digital animation and a story that appeals to both children and adults.
January 04, 2016
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Can we talk for a minute about INSIDE OUT’s less-than-cutting-edge gender politics? …We find a mother whose emotions are uniformly weepy and feminized, while the father’s brain operates like a short-fused, potato chip-scented edition of Sports Center. That Riley’s internal dialogue is allowed the heterogeneity of Amy Poehler and Lewis Black is curious, but only just—INSIDE OUT teases a notion of gender fluidity that it’s not equipped to address. Wake me for the Pixar movie that does.
October 02, 2015
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The film is ingenious, Pixar’s most satisfying since Up six years ago (reviews have been rhapsodic, naming it among the best of the year) – but it also shares a lot of DNA with Toy Story 3, another film that dwelled on the sad obsolescence of childhood things and played better for older kids. Ultimately, Inside Out’s flaws aren’t the fault of the filmmakers so much as Western culture – an infantilised culture that idealises childhood and wallows in arrested adolescence.
September 08, 2015
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