It’s really hard to think of a person who didn’t grow up without watching Disney and their modern cartoon movies.
Disney is our all time favorite. It’s like a family, and we all are familiar with all it’s characters, the good, the bad and the strange as well. Some Disney movies from the ’30s and ’40s are offensive and others are strange. But we can’t say bad about them. Disney movies are always attractive, we know it had a cartoon rabbit, but it’s a live-action movie. So it can not leave us upset. Disney movies are a combination of the music, the characters, and the storylines. The deep meaning of these films hit us hard without us even being aware of it. And no matter how old we get, we’ll always have a soft corner for Disney movies.
However, Mexican artist Rodolfo Loaiza want to find out what happens with Disney stories so they arrange an exhibition named as Disasterland, that exhibition run through the blender of 21st-century pop culture. Actually, this is not the Disney you raised up with if we took resemblances from alcoholic princesses to villains in same-sex love affairs.