Ogu and Mampato in Rapa Nui | Chicago Reader

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In this charming 2002 animated film from Chile, Mampato's father brings home a replica of an Easter Island statue, and the boy becomes fascinated by the mysterious culture that created the original. Using a magic belt, he travels back in time to befriend a caveman called Ogu, and the two embark on a journey to the island. There Mampato meets a little girl who takes him to her village. He soon realizes that the sorcerer ruler is misusing the power that comes from the statues and becomes embroiled in a battle to restore harmony to the island. Director Alejandro Rojas Tellez doesn't achieve the epic scope of many Disney animated features, but this is still a visually rich and compelling piece of storytelling. In Spanish with subtitles. 80 min.

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