ECHO PLANET

ECHO-JEW-KONG-LOK

By Kompim KEMGUMNIRD

GOLDEN NETWORK ASIA LTD - as SALES All rights, World

Animation - Completed 2012

Three kids – including a boy who can communicate with nature – must convince the adult world to listen to their brilliant solution to save the environment.

    • Year of production
    • 2012
    • Genres
    • Animation, 3D
    • Countries
    • THAILAND
    • Languages
    • ENGLISH
    • Budget
    • 5 - 10 M$
    • Duration
    • 81 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Kompim KEMGUMNIRD
    • Writer(s)
    • Charoonporn PARAPAKPRALAI, Kongdej JATURANRASMEE, Warunyu UDOMKANJANANON, Pornsawan SCRIBOONWONG
    • Producer(s)
    • Auchara KIJKANJANAS
    • Synopsis
    • Nature is talking to us through the wind and trees and through the news of melting ice caps and ecological disasters. We have, however, never stopped and truly listened. Join the adventures of brother and sister Jorpe and Norva, from the deepest jungle of Northern Thailand to the chaotic mega-city to save the world.
      Jorpe is a gifted child able to speak directly with nature while Norva is an expert of local herbs and her tribe's martial arts. Both meet Sam, son of the President of Capital State, who is in Thailand to attend Scout camp but is lost in the foggy forest. Their friendship started when Sam was saved by the siblings.
      At the same time, excessive global warming has attracted B.U.C.T. heat devils that have reproduced at an alarming rate and done great environmental damage, consuming the world's energy. To fight the crisis, world leaders decided to use a new weapon called the "Cool Bomb" to deal with the B.U.C.T. devils.
      Only Jorpe, Norva and Sam know that there is another solution to save the planet. The Cool Bomb will in fact destroy mankind. They realise that the only way to free the world of the B.U.C.T. devils is to turn off the planet's electricity!!
      Time is running out. And failure means the end of all human life on planet Earth!
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