This animated film is full of adventures with the legendary giant creature Big Foot and the explorer Lionel as they travel to Shangri-la, which is known for living snowmen. Human beings had migrated around the Earth for survival in ancient times before they started exploring it for the purpose of scientific study in the 18th century. It is thus no wonder that Lionel wants to find proof of the legendary creature and be considered as a real adventurer. He changes, however, after travelling with an ape-looking furry giant that he used to consider just a result of exploration. The significance of this film lies in the message that a new world opens only when you accept it. (HAN Song-yi)
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Chris Butler is an English-American storyboard artist, writer and director, known for his works at Laika, such as ParaNorman and Missing Link, which were both nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. He studied animation at the University for the Creative Arts in south England and is an alumni of Hugh Baird College in Merseyside.