Pixar's 'Inside Out': How A Dude Got Inside The Head Of An 11-Year-Old Girl


Directed by Pete Docter, a valued member of Pixar’s coveted braintrust and the genius behind “Monsters, Inc.” and “Up,” “Inside Out” takes place mostly in the head of an 11-year-old girl named Riley, who has just moved with her parents from Minnesota to San Francisco. She has to attend a new school, make new friends and sacrifice her favorite pizza toppings in favor of kale and broccoli (yuck) — and all of these changes have a tumultuous affect on Riley’s emotions. Thus begins the real adventure that takes place inside Riley’s head.

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