Post Reply Kemonozume
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Posted 5/3/08 , edited 5/4/08

If you like experimental animation, or if you enjoy watching animes with fun
ways of expressing action or feelings, you are going to love this.
The director Masaaki Yuasa directed the animation "Mind Game" and I think
he also directed episode 9 of Samurai Champloo. He's an amazing director.

This is not a pretty, main stream anime, but it is collage-like and has a very
strong artistic sense for expressing particular scenes. Every scene is a eye candy
and I wasn't able to do something while watching it.

During the chasing scene in a subway, the characters open and close the connecting
doors. This repeats and soon the scene just shows the doors opening and closing,
opening and closing, and we know that they are still going after each other.
Every detail, every sequence is a piece of art. You can trust me because I am a
art/design related major.

I watched this recently and was filled with awe. If you need something to make your
eye happy, please do watch this. And by the way, the story is pretty good too.
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