Lilo & Stitch | Director reveals frustration with praise for Frozen

Co-director of Lilo & Stitch, Chris Sanders admitted that he was frustrated with some of the praise he saw for Frozen: A Freezing Adventure, but not because of the quality of the production, but because of a specific plot element.

‎Sanders recalled that many outlets pointed to Frozen as the first Walt Disney Studios film to highlight the relationship between sisters.

As everyone knows, this takes place in the 2002 production with Lilo and her older sister Nani.

‎”To be clear, I think ‎‎Frozen‎‎ is great, but it was a little frustrating for me because people would say, ‘Finally, such a good relationship between two sisters,’ and I thought, ‘We made it! This has been absolutely done before!’ “

declared to The New York Times.

‎”When Lilo & Stitch came out, that’s what a lot of critics talked about. Those moments that were grounded in reality in a way that people could see each other, and it didn’t feel like they were cartoon characters.”‎

added Clark Spenderproducer.

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please note that Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians) is developing a live-action version of Lilo & Stitch.

The story is set in Hawaii and focuses on the friendship formed between a lonely young woman who is raised by her older sister, and an alien-killing machine that crash-lands on Earth and impersonates a dog. That bond is tested when a social worker threatens to take Lilo away from her sister, and Stitch’s antics don’t help matters.