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Shrek: scary short film shows Fiona’s transformation into an ogre; Look!

If you think of Shrek as a franchise full of laughs, good humor and even a love story between two ogres, maybe it’s time to rethink your concepts. After all, the plot won a very well-produced live-action, but at the same time scary. The reason? The filmmaker portrays the transformation of Princess Fiona!

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For those who don’t remember, right in the first film, the ogre Shrek is tasked with rescuing Princess Fiona. However, what he didn’t know is that his curse made the princess turn into an ogress at night.

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In the animation, Fiona’s transformation was not depicted. However, director Andy Chen’s new short shows what the curse would look like in effect.

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Just over four minutes long, the film Fiona: A Shrek Horror Film (Fiona: A Short Horror Film) was produced by Andy Chen and the director’s idea was to explain why the princess needed to be locked in a tower surrounded by lava and protected by a dragon.

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Below, check out the title available for free on YouTube:

The narrative shows a knight finding the beautiful princess locked in her tower. She believes that she will finally be saved, but, within minutes, her transformation begins. The process is painful and grotesque, far beyond the expected fairy tale.

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Released in November, the short has already accumulated more than 240,000 views on YouTube.

It is worth remembering that in the original franchise, Shrek is the only one capable of saving Fiona, as the ogress devoured all the knights who managed to reach the castle. Thus, the short is, in fact, a coherent portrayal of what should happen before the arrival of the main character.

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