McDull, Prince de la Bun (2004)
Reviewed by: calros on 2007-04-30
Summary: One of the best animation movies from Hong Kong
You must watch this movie without prejudices and you will have a wonderful time as you enter in the surrealistic world of its authors, the world around this little pig who is witness of the fall of a Hong Kong city while everybody is dancing cha-cha-cha. The whole movie is a bag plenty of nice sketches (unfortunately too disperse indeed, this is its biggest handicap), most of them plenty of surrealistic imagination, and luckily the director has known how to merge traditional and computer animation to bring these ideas to life. Between the countless masterly scenes I can point out the youth of McDull's mother in a doll factory, the rare illness of McDull and the visit to the doctor, the city traffic and its gradual change to a medieval county and many, many more. I had not one second of boredom watching these nice sketches.
Reviewer Score: 8