At Disneyland Paris, childhood is immortal. That's a good thing for the smallest as well as the tallest. Yes, you.
You're an adult. You know full well that fawns can't talk, but you still love Bambi. It's the same with teens: they're under the spell of The Snow Queen even though they consider themselves miles away from the world of "kids". Which is a world no one completely leaves behind.
BETC's two new films for Disneyland Paris explore this guilty but universal pleasure of hanging on to childhood as a way of slowing down the passage of time. Because if there was ever a place where you can feel good about kissing Minnie when you're 17 or singing Hakuna Matata at 45, it has to be Marne La Vallée, thirty minutes down the road from Paris.