Inside Out is a beloved animated feature film released in 2015, written and directed by Pete Docter and Ronaldo Del Carmen. The movie follows an eleven-year-old girl through an emotional journey in her mind, supported by her five key emotions.
The five key emotions of Inside Out are Joy, Fear, Disgust, Sadness, and Anger, each having unique characteristics and personalities.
The movie won two Academy Awards for Best Animated Feature and Best Original Screenplay for Docter and Del Carmen.
Amy Poehler, Fear by Bill Hader, Disgust by Mindy Kaling, Sadness by Phyllis Smith, and Anger by Lewis Black voiced Joy.
Inside Out takes place in the mind of Riley Anderson, an 11-year-old girl who is moved to San Francisco with her family.
The movie revolves around the idea of the five emotions trying to maintain balance in her mind as Riley adapts to her new environment.
In creating the world inside Riley's mind, they used the concepts of Room Land, Abstract Thought, Dream Production, and Long-Term Memory.
Inside Out was the first feature film directed by Docter and Del Carmen as a team.
In 2014, Pixar released the short 'Lava' based on their innovative idea, which was later developed into Inside Out.
The music for Inside Out was composed by Michael Giacchino, winning him the Academy Award, Grammy, and Golden Globe.
Inside Out is the third Pixar movie to feature a lead female character following Merida from Brave and Dory from Finding Nemo.