'Puss in Boots: The Last Wish' shows what a panic attack can feel like. Here's why that's important

One of the most stirring and resonant scenes in a movie this awards season came from "Puss in Boots: The Last Wish." Is .

The sequel to the DreamWorks film, the spinoff of "Shrek," follows the titular feline.

She is seen spending most of the film pulling off daring acts with panache and charm.

The film delivers exactly what the audience would expect from Puss in Boots.

Joel Crawford, director of "Puss in Boots: The Last Wish", said in the interview that "that was one of our big goals – let's take our viewers on a journey that expresses life's full range of emotions". "

Psychologists talk about why watching a panic attack on screen can be effective.

"Puss in Boots: The Last Wish" takes place in the same fairy-tale land of the "Shrek" series where anthropomorphic animals and monsters with hearts of gold live.

The new film stars Goldilocks and the Three Bears, a grown-up and villainous version of "Little Jack Horner" of Nursery Rhyme fame, and Salma Hayek.