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Franz Kafka S a Country Doctor [Edizione: Germania]

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5.0 su 5 stelle Non-stop entertaining watch 28 giugno 2015
Di Josh - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Brilliant films from one of my favorite independent animators. A diverse collection of work, I originally purchased this DVD just so I could watch "A Country Doctor" in high quality, and had only seen the crocodile short and "Mt. Head" before as well. The rest of his work that I hadn't seen yet, however, turned out to be just as charming and pleasing to look at. Without a doubt it's true what everyone's been saying though, "A Country Doctor" is his best and possibly my favorite animated short of all time.
5.0 su 5 stelle Five Stars 18 novembre 2015
Di gnuB - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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GREAT!
5.0 su 5 stelle Five Stars 26 maggio 2015
Di Moknbyrd - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Video and sound quality is excellent.
4.0 su 5 stelle I like them. 31 dicembre 2014
Di okieinga - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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My first viewing of Yamamura's films. I like them.
5.0 su 5 stelle Incredible! 7 marzo 2015
Di wiredweird - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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This collection works backward in time through Yamamura's career - with "A Country Doctor" being the longest, most ambitious, and most successful piece in the collection. His line-work and drawing might bring Plympton to mind, but this Japanese take on Czech surrealism stands as a mind-boggling achievement.

Working backward, we see other animations in similar visual style, but less developed. Again, some bring Plympton to mind, but I can't call any of these works imitative or derivative. We also see his earlier experiments with color: some florid, some strictly B&W, but none that really predict the subtlety and subdued palette that gives "A Country Doctor" its mood. And, even earlier, we see some charming claymation. Some looks like mixed media - clay animation against a green screen - offering visual interest and contrast that no one medium can convey.

I have to admit, I find the earlier works to be lesser works. This collection starts with the piece that really matters. What comes after isn't really a disappointment, but doesn't clear the bar that "A Country Doctor" set so very high.

-- wiredweird


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