Hey it's that guy who did the Russian Simpsons, I can tell by the art stylehttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=q1u7XZ9c8fI
(for anyone who needs a bit of a cultural explanation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aio-tQa801g
If by based you mean me making fun of this stupid whiny bitch then sure.
>>3618796>complains about stereotypical representation of pacific islanders>while posting a comic with a stereotypical representation of a kung-fu asian
Hmmm, I was thinking of mentioning that. But thought better of it because she didn't create the character.
Now that you mention it, she has no excuse for drawing a walking stereotype on model and not getting a clue that by her own standards
that might be a tiny bit racist. And then going on a big fucking rant how a kids costume is racist cause the tattoo sleeves were skin tone and not transparent. Probably an oversight or a printer limitation, not the company's desire to be racist.
It's like a leftist unironically drawing happy merchant memes and acting surprised when people say "you know, that's kinda racist and hypocritical".
And of course the costume got already revised/taken down by the time she wrote the journal cause we live in the age of the age of the internet complainer, but she was basically complaining that it stayed on for more than a microsecond
. Why take it down at this point anyway if these people are still gonna be mad about it?
what is this and where do i watch the rest
Whoever made this movie and designed this horse in it knew exactly what the fuck they were doing.
It's Russian, but with how pronounced and flagrant the ass and belly focus is, you just KNOW what
was going on, especially with how prominent and recurring the horse is.
The translated name is "The Three Bogatyrs: The Horse's Course"
(just a trailer)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jOWYQrxgVwI
(the whole thing)https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yYKW1DOsDE0
English title: HANSON AND THE BEAST (2017)
(Chinese title: 二代妖精)
There's a torrent of it
magnet:?xt=urn:btih:8CB19EE534744CE516BCACA22A33BBF6047C68F2 and you can get the English subtitle file from a site like https://subdl.com/
Apparently you can find a lot of stuff through the app HD cinema just download onto your tablets and you should be able to find everything. Btw app doesnt work on phones so must have a tablet
It’s rare to see animations that touch on the topic of sexual abuse, let alone, done to a child. The way this is animated is so beautiful, and it is extremely uncomfortable to watch when the father comes in, I don’t even wanna begin to imagine what that’s like for a real child to go through such a traumatic experience, especially coming from someone they learned to trust since they were born. Using the wolf as a metaphor for a predator is fantastic symbolism. This was incredibly well done and I applaud the work that went into this.
In all seriousness though, this is hella horrifying. I feel bad for Natsuki AND the goat family. While the Natsuki did get a happy ending, it’s still terrifying to live with a pedophilic, abusive father and suddenly be taken in by an unknown woman who lives with deformed children, but said woman, a kind mother goat who lost her eldest son, is also a sympathetic character, considering that the incident that caused her to lose her son also deformed her innocent children whose fate were undeserved either way. And then there’s the father, oh god the father. I can’t imagine what the hell Natsuki experienced before the events of this short film.
…Also, how the hell do the children randomly hide in jars or in photo frames?
Edit: I think I understand the symbolism now looking at the replies and other comments, the white wool is meant to symbolize innocence and purity (lesser wool, lesser purity, more scars), and the dad turning into a wolf (which I knew from earlier) is meant to symbolize him giving in to his darkest desires as well.
Spoiler alert: she's feeding her kids to the wolves.
Also my feeling on the movie is that it's supposed to be somewhat literal. Natsuki is just seeing his father in the wolf, the wolf isn't actually his father. He's in the same situation, but it's because he's run away and she's taken him in as another child to feed to the wolf.
Is anime included?
I'm just wondering cause it looks like the same animation style, and I'm thinking it might be by the same studio.
Isle of Dogs was the same studio that made Fantastic Mr Fox. I think they're British. Watch that haven't.
fantastic mr fox wasn't all that bad either
I loved Fantastic Mr Fox. Personally I liked it better than Isle of Dogs. >>3659338
It's apparently authentic Japanese but as one native speaker described it, "It really wasn't meant to be heard" .. The phrasing was a little awkward too as if someone threw phrases into Google Translate. There also weren't any kind of Japanese Easter Eggs. The dialogue was normal and kind of boring.
That was good
I liked that
If there's a hell, then this is what'll be playing on its TVs. What a nightmare.
I liked watching the "Ginga" series based on Yoshihiro Takahashi's many mangas.https://myanimelist.net/anime/589/Ginga_Nagareboshi_Ginhttps://myanimelist.net/anime/915/Ginga_Densetsu_Weed
Lots of violence, which I didn't like very much, especially the part where puppy-Gin got beaten up by his owner with a big stick, to "toughen" him up - that moronic asshole.
Not sure if this torrent works, but it's a start:https://thepiratebay.org/description.php?id=3753516
So good and tasty
I'm not clicking that shit. Too much cp spam around these parts
The film is about Civilians managing dropped explosives on their cities controlling fires and damages.
Speaking of bombing, I was reminded of this section of the animated film Allegro Non Troppo, about a cat… remembering.
It starts out depressing, and then gets worse.
I remember submitting this as the saddest animation I've ever seen.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=du1qc9M35n8