The voices of Turning Red, namely Sandra Oh (Ming Lee), Rosalie Chiang (Meilin Lee), Ava Morse (Miriam), Maitreyi Ramakrishnan (Priya), Hyein Park (Abby) convey the following, for those of you who can’t wait to watch the animated film Turning Red
This article is a continuation of the article:Does Turning Red have anything to do with Domee Shi?
The following is a summary:
Ava Morse: I voiced the character Miriam. Miriam is the best friend you will ever have. He’s funny, he’s always there for you. He’s a party freak and he always knows how to cheer you up when you’re down.
Maitreyi Ramakrishnan: I voiced Priya. Priya is a sarcastic, cold and very flat character. But he’s really cool. I think he’s cool and, yes, he’s always been a clown, but always with a cold demeanor.
Hyein Park : I’m Abby. Abby like this ball of energy, affectionate and very passionate. Sometimes too explosive emotions. I would say she loves her friends a lot, especially when they are hairy. Sandra Oh
Sandra Oh : I’m voicing Ming, Mei’s mother, who is very alert and compassionate. We are going through a period of natural change between mother and daughter when daughters have to become independent in their own way. This is hard for me.
Rosalie Chang : and I voice Meilin Lee. He’s a confident, ambitious 13-year-old Canadian Chinese, and he’s a little dorky and a bit of an underachievement. [TERTAWA]. But he highly values friendly relations with his friends and his relationship with his mother. In this film he goes through this big change and he has to deal with this. But at the same time, he has all these things in his life and he doesn’t want to lose who he is either.
For me after watching this movie, my mom and I kind of looked at each other like “This is really similar.” It’s like, what a weird coincidence. First of all, my mother’s middle name is Ming.
They-there was no way they knew that. That’s scary. Then my favorite animal is actually the red panda. Even before the whole project started, before I was introduced. But the main thing is
that my mom actually called me Mei-Mei before this project, because Mei-Mei in Chinese means little sister. So when it comes to a point where everyone calls me Mei-Mei, even people who are younger than me, who don’t should have done.
And so, but I don’t want to be the perfect little Mei-Mei
You must be curious about the animated film Turning Red, don’t miss its premiere on March 11, 2022