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"Mulan" is just one of several high-profile movies delayed by the threat of Covid-19. Yet on the weekend when the film was scheduled to open, the absence of this live-action Disney remake feels like a more pronounced shame -- the film among those postponed that we could use most right now.
Not only was "Mulan" expected to inspire families, kids and parents to assemble in theaters that have been shuttered indefinitely. But the Disney release appeared destined to attract a wide audience to a film populated by an entirely Asian cast, in contrast to the ugly rhetoric unleashed by those labeling Covid-19 the "Chinese virus." Indeed, the movie itself serves as a reminder of how far the studio itself has come from its problematic past in terms of representation and racial stereotypes.
The main character behaves heroically out of love and reverence for her father, actually putting herself at risk in order to save him as well as, it turns out, her country. As sentiments go, that's not exactly the "Spring break or bust" ethos.
Finally, while "Mulan" is frequently spoken of in the context of the Disney princesses -- originally a monochromatic group consisting of Snow White, Cinderella and "Sleeping Beauty's" Aurora -- the movie actually represented another stride not just toward greater diversity among those characters, but in gender roles as well. Mulan, after all, was the rescuer, not the rescued, fighting off the Hun invaders.
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