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absolute awesome & smart! was sucked in after the first few seconds!
A great, simple, extraordinary man...a great, simple, extraordinary story. You will love Tomi and love the movie.It nourished my soul and brightened my future as a human being.
an amazing and inspirational tale... I highly recommend it.
No tiene desperdicio.
Interesting story, very fascinating main subject, and some very unique art.
Amazing. The ability to capture all the historical events in his life with simple yet powerful drawings makes me think; the right man at the right time.
One of the best documentaries I've seen recently. It was a compelling and insightful look at an artist you whose work you might have seen but never realized where credit was due. I highly recommend seeing this one as it presents his experiences through his eyes and words. It also features great animated scenes of his work.
The film was a truly entertaining look at an iconoclastic artist. Leave it to the puritan US to pigeonhole him as a childrens book illustrator and see inconsistency in his erotic and anti-war/anti-racist political work. While it seemed clear to me that this gifted artist's work knows no bounds - art oozes from his pores. One could compare him to Duchamp (not his art) in the way that the artist is his own art. I enjoyed the editing of the piece, even the CG animations. It was often funny, sometimes apparently unintentionally so. Inspiring!
I can remember seeing Tomi Ungerer's childrens' tales even though I wasn't aware of Ungerer himself. His animation and slight subversiveness remain in one's mind into adulthood. The real Ungerer is a wonderful introvert who has such an interesting and compelling life history.
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