Winsing brings revealed details about its upcoming film "Into the Mortal World"

Co-invested by Winsing Animation, Bilibili, and Alibaba Pictures, the movie is set to premiere on July 12th in Mainland China, with subsequent releases in SEA territories.

27 JUN 2024

"Into the Mortal World"

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Winsing Animation is thrilled to share with the global audience more details about its upcoming animated film "Into the Mortal World", co-invested by Winsing Animation, Bilibili, and Alibaba Pictures. The film is set to premiere on July 12th in Mainland China, followed by releases in SEA territories.

"Into the Mortal World" is a groundbreaking-animated film that seamlessly blends the enchantment of traditional Chinese culture with the universal allure of the unknown. This cinematic masterpiece captures the essence of curiosity and adventure, taking viewers on a breathtaking journey where every moment is steeped in wonder and discovery.

At the heart of "Into the Mortal World" lies the concept of the 28 mansion spirits, a fundamental aspect of traditional Chinese astronomy. These celestial bodies, each represented by a distinct animal or mythical creature, adding layers of symbolism and cultural significance to the celestial realm.

28 mansion spirits reminiscent of 12 zodiac signs of Western astrology, While both systems use constellations and symbols. Chinese one were chosen for their positions and practical purposes, while zodiac signs were often linked to mythological stories and perceived astrological influences.

Set against the backdrop of the Cowherd and the Weaver Girl, "Into the Mortal World" embarks on a captivating journey that unveils the tale of their descendants. This celestial romance, a poignant narrative that has captivated Chinese hearts for generations, finds parallels in the Western world with the renowned tragedy of Romeo and Juliet.

After understanding the above background, the film immerses audiences in a world steeped in Chinese tradition. This cultural richness is evident not only in the narrative but also in the meticulously crafted details of clothing, food, and architecture.

The film's characters are adorned in stunning "Neo-Chinese" attire, a contemporary reimagining of traditional Song Dynasty clothing. These garments, with their intricate craftsmanship and colors, reflect the era's elegance and prosperity. The film's mortal world was drawing inspiration from the picturesque landscapes of the Sichuan and Chongqing regions.

"Into the Mortal World" is not merely an animated film; it is an invitation to discover the rich tapestry of Chinese traditions, culture, and folklore. “With its captivating storyline, breathtaking visuals, and profound symbolism, the film promises an unforgettable cinematic journey that will leave audiences with a deeper appreciation for the enduring beauty and wisdom of Chinese heritage,” Director Zhongding says.