Thirteen-year-old Mei is experiencing the awkwardness of being a teenager with a twist – when she gets too excited, she transforms into a giant red panda.
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"As soon as I saw this movie I knew it would become a movie I’d come back to over and over and over again. It felt like someone was finally talking about and looking at little girl culture with a lease of respect and as a 90s girlie myself it was like a breath of fresh air! My little girl self felt seen and that doesn’t happen often but when it does I’ll always come back to watch. #animation #family "
"I don’t watch many but was in the mood for an animated movie. Saw this was the highest rated of the year and went in blind. This movie tripped me out, not in a bad way, but in more ways than one. I spent a good portion of it wondering if it was really about what I thought it was about, this is the second movie in a row for me that was unknowingly about a 13 year old girl, looking for the many weed cookies and wondering if it was an homage or a straight rip off of Charles Schultz. Even so, it was really fun, a really different/cool animation style and 4town forever!"
"It was good and interesting but definitely not for little kids"
"I was anticipating HATING this film, but instead I was pleasantly surprised. It’s painfully accurate about AFAB-socialized puberty, especially at the turn of the millennium, to the point where my girlfriend and I were getting a little stressed out being reminded of it all, and by the scheduling conflicts. (You know it’s a movie with emotionally-laden stakes when you start moaning ‘nooooo’ at the screen). I would describe it as a gender-swapped Asian-Canadian The Goofy Movie, but weirder."
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