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Berlinale

BERLINALE 2018: ISLE OF DOGS BY WES ANDERSON

By Aldo Padilla

Usually, there is some condescendence when talking about animated cinema, which is usually put in the “family” or “children” section. To the generalists, this cinema is usually limited to consume or nostalgia, with no other quality that its pictorial beauty or its closeness to reality. Despite this idea, it’s possible that animated cinema could be evaluated under the same parameters than conventional cinema, while certain qualities of it make animation unique in its conception, turning that genre in a contradiction in itself.

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Berlinale

BERLINALE 2018: ISLE OF DOGS DE WES ANDERSON

Por Aldo Padilla

Si bien el lector puede intuir que el film tiende hacia un patrón, Isle of dogs construye su historia desde los detalles, pantallas donde la realidad televisada no es en stop-motion sino en animación 2D, que da una percepción de una realidad diferente.

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