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The animated film "The King of Milu Deer", which has been dubbed the first Chinese made 3-D blockbuster, has collected Huabiao awards and big box office earnings. Even with the fierce competition in the mainland film market during the National Day holiday, "The King of Milu Deer" was a box office hit. Next, we take a closer look at the film inspired by an ancient Chinese legend.
"The King of Milu Deer" is based on a legend from the ancient Chinese literary classic "Legends of Mountains and Seas." It tells of a love story between a prince and a girl who is transformed into a Milu deer.
Beautiful Yunmeng Kingdom is in severe drought ten years without rain due to the long-term ecological destruction by its inhabitants. The prince of Yunmeng Kingdom, Can, in order to save his country and its people, leads an army to the mountain where the king of Milu deer lives. For the horn of the king has magical power that can make every dream come true. The prince, however, falls in love with the daughter of the king. She transforms from a deer into a beautiful girl after eating a nameless grass, and the two join in battles among humans, deer, and evil beasts.
"The King of Milu Deer" depicts an oriental ancient legend, detailed pictures, and delicately drawn characters.
The scenes of grasslands and forests are drawn with an ink brush feel. The characters are depicted in delicate details, which can be seen in the hair of the heroine.
The production employs the help of the stunt team from "Kungfu Panda", and the technology of a simulated nuclear explosion to make the stunts more vivid and powerful.