Gist of the movie

Long ago, in the fantasy world of Kumandra, humans and dragons lived together in harmony. However, when sinister monsters known as the Druun threatened the land, the dragons sacrificed themselves to save humanity. Now, 500 years later, those same monsters have returned, and it's up to a lone warrior to track down the last dragon and stop the Druun for good.


“How did this world get so broken?” – Raya

“Dragons. Magical creatures who brought us water, and rain, and peace.” – Raya

“People, being people, they all fought to possess the last remnant of dragon magic.” – Raya

“We all became enemies.” – Raya

“Anyone hoping to steal the dragon gem now has to face the fury of the two baddest blades in all the lands.” – Raya

“Shrimp paste from Tail, lemon grass from Talon, bamboo shoots from Spine, chilis from Fang, and palm sugar from Heart.” – Chief Benja

“There’s a reason why each land is named after a part of the dragon. We were once unified harmoniously as one – Kumandra.” – Chief Benja

“I believe that we can be Kumandra again. But someone has to take the first step.” – Chief Benja

“From one dragon nerd to another.” – Namaari

“In a different world, maybe we could have been friends.” – Namaari

“What is this delightful culinary treat?” – Sisu

“If you lost a puppy and I said well I still have a big chunk of it, would that make you feel better?” – Sisu

“I’m not like the BEST dragon.” – Sisu

“Have you ever done a group project but there’s like that one kid who didn’t pitch in as much but still ended up with the same grade?” – Sisu

“Today’s special is to go.” – Boun

“My people battled the Drune with great valor. And lost.” – Tong

“Note to self – don’t die.” – Raya

Meaning of the movie

Raya and the Last Dragon is all about connection, trust, and betrayal. For the creative team on Raya and the Last Dragon, themes of reconciliation and trust were always a huge part of the story from the beginning.




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