Two parts of a strange and somewhat puzzling dystopia made in a coherent mix of sometimes oversimplified 2D and nicely made 3D, all looking very retro-stylized and »vectorish«. The jury is still out on this one, so let’s just wait … Continue reading
A war movie minus the war, instead concentrating itself on the psychological aspects of military life. In focus is an odd outsider, trying his very best to keep up the cynic facade. Intense, loud, cliché-infested, foul-mouthed, and overbearingly macho. Maybe … Continue reading
Weirdlooking characters and garishly glossy aesthetics in a grotesque little storyline with ambivalent conclusion. An enjoyable bagatelle. Maybe in my book of all-devouring love.
Ridiculous and funny concept, fast-paced and impeccable execution, not-brilliant-enough ending. My guess is that this originated as some kind of experiment in animation technology. Maybe in my book of existential dancing.
Deeply touching on themes of (dis)ability and dreams. Exquisitely detailed and heartfelt throughout, if sometimes a little clumsily executed. Maybe in my book of listening.
A convoluted short relying on obscure symbolism, unsettling horror mood, and one-of-a-kind threedimensional animation. Almost sickeningly beautiful, it tells a mysterious little story of friendship, insecurity, and fear. Can’t say I understand much, but everything is strangely evocative. Not sure … Continue reading
Told with nice well-rounded animation and splendid handmade-looking backgrounds, this is a strangely apt visualization of how our senses »create« the world around us. A slightly oldfashioned, fascinating, and original bagatelle. Maybe in my book of inner vision.