A still from Raya and the Last Dragon. As an evil force threatens the kingdom of Kumandra, it is up to warrior Raya to leave her Heart Lands home and track down the legendary last dragon to help stop the villainous Druun. Photo: Disney A still from Raya and the Last Dragon. As an evil force threatens the kingdom of Kumandra, it is up to warrior Raya to leave her Heart Lands home and track down the legendary last dragon to help stop the villainous Druun. Photo: Disney
A still from Raya and the Last Dragon. As an evil force threatens the kingdom of Kumandra, it is up to warrior Raya to leave her Heart Lands home and track down the legendary last dragon to help stop the villainous Druun. Photo: Disney
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Raya and the Last Dragon movie review: Disney animation inspired by Southeast Asian culture

  • This story of a warrior princess trying to save her land takes inspiration from Southeast Asian culture, with input from anthropologists
  • However, his is no cultural appropriation – unless you count the shameless references to the Indiana Jones movies

Topic |   American films
A still from Raya and the Last Dragon. As an evil force threatens the kingdom of Kumandra, it is up to warrior Raya to leave her Heart Lands home and track down the legendary last dragon to help stop the villainous Druun. Photo: Disney A still from Raya and the Last Dragon. As an evil force threatens the kingdom of Kumandra, it is up to warrior Raya to leave her Heart Lands home and track down the legendary last dragon to help stop the villainous Druun. Photo: Disney
A still from Raya and the Last Dragon. As an evil force threatens the kingdom of Kumandra, it is up to warrior Raya to leave her Heart Lands home and track down the legendary last dragon to help stop the villainous Druun. Photo: Disney
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