DVD MOVIE SPIRIT - FILM VIZATIMOR PER FEMIJE KALI I EGER
Spirit: Stallion of the Cimarron is a 2002 American animated film that was released byDreamWorks. It follows the adventures of a young Kiger mustang stallion living in the 19th century wild west. The film, written by John Fusco and directed by Lorna Cook and Kelly Asbury, was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Animated Feature. In contrast to the way animals are portrayed in an anthropomorphic style in other animated features, Spirit and his fellow horses communicate with each other through sounds and facial expressions. Spirit's thoughts are narrated by his voice actor Matt Damon
The film starts with a brief introduction featuring a bald eagle gliding over the homeland of themustangs, which resembles several western US National Parks. There is then a scene showing the birth of a Dun Kiger Mustang, Spirit (voiced in his narrations by Matt Damon). Spirit soon grows into a stallion, and assumes the role of leader of the herd, whose duty it is to keep the herd safe. This is demonstrated when he saves two foals from a mountain lion.
Spirit is a courageous leader, but has a serious mischievous streak and a high sense of curiosity. Spotting a camp one night not far from his herd, the stallion is unable to control his curiosity and moves towards it, as he's never seen humans before. To Spirit's surprise, the humans (possibly wranglers) are vicious. After a long chase, he is captured and taken to a US cavalry post. During this time in the film, the army is fighting the Indian Wars and taking over the soon-to-be western United States. There he encounters, "The Colonel" (voiced by James Cromwell). The Colonel attempts to tame the mustang, but Spirit manages to outwit all who attempt to ride him, eventually leading to the Colonel's ordering him to be tied to a post for three days and nights without any food or water. During this time, a Lakota named Little Creek (voiced by Daniel Studi) is also brought into the fort and held captive, given the same post treatment as Spirit himself. Through the nights and days a sense of friendship begins to exist between them. At last, the Colonel decides it is time to break the weakened Spirit, who still manages to put up a fight, but is eventually forced to give in and made to walk around the corral while the triumphant Colonel proceeds, rather pompously, to state that this situation is a metaphor of how anything can be conquered, including the Wild West, using the breaking of the seemingly unconquerable Spirit as an example. While he does so, Spirit finally decides that enough is enough, and, taking the unwary Colonel by surprise, manages to throw him, to the delight of all the other captured horses. The Colonel, humiliated and enraged, snatches a gun and prepares to shoot Spirit, missing thanks to a timely intervention from Little Creek, whose friends have managed to throw him a knife with which to cut himself free. Through a series of events, Little Creek and Spirit, along with several army horses, then escape the post. Little Creek's own paint mare, Rain, meets them, along with other Indians who loosely capture Spirit...
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