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Very innovative. Cheery.
Anne Marcen is the second-coming of Giulietta Masina or a female Charlie Chaplin. A completely natural screen presence. Girl Walk trumps the Oscar-winning The Artist in almost every facet of movie-making innovation, originality and daring - everything that made great silent films great. You can say it's a crazy hybrid of a music video, guerilla-filmmaking and silent film. City Lights meets Singin' in the Rain directed by Spike Jonze.
Looking for a cure for Harlem Shake? Girl Walk // All Day might be the solution. Although the mash-up here does not always work, the film's animated spirit is, like the dance moves of its characters, more than infectious.
An infectious celebration of dance and optimism.