Inside Out is directed by Pete Docter, who is behind the imaginative, popular movies “Up” and “Monsters, Inc.”.
This film takes place in the unbelievable location of inside the mind.
Riley is growing up. Life gets a little bumpy when Riley’s father gets a new job in San Francisco. All of a sudden, she is uprooted from her Midwest life.
Riley is guided by her emotions, which are played by different actors. Joy is Amy Poehler, Fear is Bill Hader, Anger is Lewis Black, Disgust is Mindy Kaling and Sadness is Phyllis Smith.
These emotions live in Headquarters, the control center that resides inside Riley’s mind. From this location, they help advise her through everyday life.
When Riley and her emotions struggle to adjust to her new life in San Francisco, turmoil breaks out in Headquarters.
Joy is Riley’s main and most important emotion. She tries to keep things positive. However, the emotions conflict on how to best navigate a new city, house and school.
Here is a clip from the film:
In addition to Director Pete Docter, the film is co-directed by Ronnie del Carmen and produced by Jonas Rivera.
The film opens on June 19.