This is a story about a bad man named Jekhyde who changes by the end, and a girl named Mia in search of her father. He is off working in the mines but she doesn’t realize he has been in a cave-in. Mr. Jekhyde, the owner of the business, doesn’t want the workers to continue digging out Mia’s father, Pedro. He is more concerned about the monster or monsters known as the Migoo. He believes they are responsible for some recent tragic events. Mr. Jekhyde’s son, Aldrin, longs for his father’s affection and eventually Mia’s and Aldrin’s paths cross. When the great tree suffers severe damage, all of their lives are in danger.
This is a fantasy which involves magic and the sacred tree seems to be a god-like thing as it is stated the end of the world will come if the tree is destroyed. Despite this deifying of the tree, there is a good fantasy story told here, with a major villain changing by film’s end, and forgiveness being displayed. We gladly award this animated movie our Dove Seal for ages twelve plus.