字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント "Predators. They may be strong, and loud, but prey outnumber predators 10 to 1. Think of it: 90% of the population united against a common enemy. We'll be unstoppable." Zootopia, the colorful animated film produced by Walt Disney Pictures, has been able to draw an audience of all ages with its uplifting call for us all to avoid discrimination based on stereotypes. Although initially aimed at children, Zootopia has also reached adults through the skillful integration of imagery and messages that go beyond the boundaries of a traditional Disney movie. In this case, the film introduces a clear moral to the storyline: prejudice by the state or society is harmful to everyone. Zootopia tells the story of a community of civilized animals free from their historical predator-versus-prey tendencies. Although equality of predator and prey seems to be widely recognized, it is clear that it is still an ideal and has not been fully internalized by all the inhabitants of Zootopia. "I want you to remember this moment the next time you think you will ever be anything more than just a stupid, carrot-farmin', dumb bunny." From a young age, the main characters Judy and Nick were criticized for their dreams of defying their respective traditional career paths. In addition, Judy faces more subtle discrimination because of her gender, and Nick with nuanced economic class discrimination. While Judy succeeds in overcoming these barriers, Nick is unable to. "Hey, hey. No one tells me what I can or can't be, especially not some jerk who never had the guts to try to be anything more than a popsicle hustler." "Alright look, everyone comes to Zootopia thinking they can be anything they want. Well, you can't. You can only be what you are. Sly fox, dumb bunny." The unlikely pair soon discovers that their mayor has been hiding a dark secret: that predators are turning savage. In an alleged effort to protect the public, the mayor locks up the enraged animals without due process, thereby violating their fundamental rights. This sort of violation of the rule of law by government authorities, allegedly in the name of public safety, is not unlike what President Duterte has done in the Philippines, where the state now routinely violates human rights and assassinates anyone who it claims is involved in the drug trade. Initially, Judy believes that the animals' DNA is the reason they turn savage. "Why is this happening?" "We still don't know. But...uh, it may have something to do with biology." "What do you mean by that?" "A biological component, you know, something in their DNA." "In their DNA? Can you elaborate on that, please?" "Yes. What I mean is: thousands of years ago, um, predators survived through their aggressive hunting instincts. For whatever reason, they seem to be reverting back to their primitive savage ways." As peaceful demonstrations take hold of the city, Judy begins to doubt her views and learns the truth. The new mayor of Zootopia, and animal of prey, is trying to scapegoat and systematically incarcerate all predatory animals. "I know you'll never forgive me, and I don't blame you. I wouldn't forgive me either. I was ignorant, and irresponsible, and small-minded. But predators shouldn't suffer because of my mistakes. I have to fix this." "Come here. Okay, oh you bunnies. You're so emotional." During the movie, the relationship of Judy and Nick mirrors some of the discoveries and revelations that take place in Zootopia as a whole. Over time, Nick is able to change Judy's preconceived view of his species, and in turn Judy helps him see that his ambitions are valid and attainable when viewed apart from stereotypes based in discrimination. "Look inside yourself, and recognize that change starts with you. It starts with me. It starts with all of us."