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The streaming platforms have taken over the audiovisual market, so one of their main jobs is to please their audience by offering a super wide range of proposals that try to cover all tastes. Netflix knows this and with ‘La leyenda de Klaus’ opens the doors of its catalogue to Spanish animation.

The film stars Jasper, a young man who has been sent to a village far from home for being the worst student of the postal academy. There, the huraños inhabitants are of few words (and we don’t even talk about letters anymore). About to give up, Jasper meets teacher Alva and also Klaus, a lonely carpenter who lives in a cabin full of the toys he makes. With them, joy returns to the remote island of the Arctic Circle and a new spirit breaks through: kinder neighbours, magical traditions and socks hanging from the fireplace.

An adventure for the little ones, directed by Sergio Pablos (who has participated in successful films like ‘Gru, mi villano favorito’) with the production of The SPA Studios and Atresmedia Cine, which has the voices of Quim Gutiérrez, Belén Cuesta and Luis Tosar for its Spanish version. Made entirely in Madrid with a team of professionals from different countries, ‘Klaus’ presents a unique style of animation that combines traditional and modern animation and includes innovative techniques of interactive lighting and texturing.

The film can be seen from last October 31st in cinemas but it will be until November 15th when it arrives at Netflix so you can enjoy it from home. For now we’ll share with you the trailer of this interesting production >