A young bull-calf named Ferdinand is one of those who horns with other bulls prefers to sniff flowers, chew grass and lie under a tree, and sometimes all together at the same time. Since childhood he grew up calm and did not express any aggression. Realizing this, his mother tried in every possible way to get the bull to communicate with peers, fearing that he would grow up lonely and unnecessary to anyone. Eventually she gave up and left him alone. Years later, when the calves grew, Ferdinand became the largest, strongest, but still calm, still sniffing flowers in the fields. Other bulls just dreamed of going to the bulls in Madrid, which certainly can not be said about Ferdinand. But on the same day, he is expected to be chosen and sent to bull fights for envy of everyone else. What was the surprise of the audience when the new "fighter", entering the ring, collapsed in the center and began to roll about, all his own way of showing how he likes to live and how he does not want to think about a brutal battle. The film is based on the story of American writer Leaf Munro, "The History of Ferdinand." The book was published back in 1936 and was popular with children and adolescents of that time. Now it's time for the film adaptation, in order to please the current youth.
- Country: USA
- Language: English
- Runtime: 1h:48m
- Budget: $111,000,000
- Revenue: Cumulative Worldwide $128,942,249, 1 January 2018