Disney has confirmed the release date of one of the latest products within its subscription service. ‘Elemental’, Pixar’s latest work, will arrive on Disney+ on September 13. Its debut on the platform will be exclusive, that is, no other streaming platform will offer it (except on demand).
On the same day he will be accompanied by the premiere of the documentary ‘Pure chemistry: the story of Elemental’ and the short film ‘Carl’s date’. With both experiences you can expand your time in the film, which at the time of writing these lines continues to appear in the list of the 10 highest-grossing films of 2023 worldwide. Its collection of 480 million at the box office made it an event for the long-standing animation studio.
‘Elemental’ and the journey between the elements
At MeriStation we offer you our review on June 16, where we talk about a story that “reflects tradition and the fear of what is different”, making the film “quite conventional but gentle.” “In the Elemental city, fire, water, earth and air coexist, elements separated by their own composition. Candela (Leah Lewis) is the daughter of two fire creatures, a fiery young woman destined to inherit her father’s store. Unlike her father, the young woman has problems controlling her anger, which often explodes. Everything begins to change when she meets Wade (Mamoudou Athie), a little boy in the water with facial emotions, tears and empathy,” we say.
In conclusion, ‘Elemental’ “is a conventional film in its essence, which is not as dangerous as other Pixar productions, but it is gentle and fun. In addition, it leaves a meaning in its messages, at the time that intolerance has arisen again.”