Animated film for kids to hit theaters on Friday
Updated: 2011-09-28 11:55
The Dragon Knight, an animated film adapted from Roko Kingdom, one of China's most popular online games for kids, will be screened nationwide on Sept 30.
Produced by Uyoung Media, a leading culture and media company focused on content for children, the film centers on a magician's search for the legendary dragon knight who can save a mystical kingdom named Roko from evil sorcerers.
Featuring the frequent usage of various popular Internet catchphrases, the 2D animation work's production involved 120,000 hand drawings.
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