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A highly original work by an artist who follows his own vision - wherever it leads.
It is romantic and hallucinogenic, with an edge of softcore erotic sleaze.
what really makes this film such an interesting piece of art is the animation style itself. Indeed, Masaaki Yuasa borrows from his previous work and really unapologetically allows himself to go in all the directions possible.
It is completely bonkers so it won't be for everyone but I enjoyed it.
I'm not sure even Thomas Pynchon could have crafted this kind of fever dream scenario.
It's everything, a movie about the bottomless energy of youth that itself possesses that energy and instills it in the viewer.
It's delightful, delirious, delicious madness that perfectly captures the breathless euphoria of falling in love and the first time you truly realize just how scary and wonderful it is.
Lovers of anime are going to love this, and they have every reason to do so. This one packs a chockful of laughs in many places, and it's one of the more inventive animated films of the year.
Featuring a strong woman as a rebuff to traditional anime issues, it [Night is Short, Walk On Girl ] serves as a funny and fancy romantic narrative.
That unrestrained surrealism and willingness to surprise the audience with something new at every turn is why Masaaki Yuasa is one of the best filmmakers around.
At the very least it's presented with vigor and confidence in a manner which keeps our eyes peeled for more from the talented filmmaker.
This is not for the casual animation fan, nor is for someone necessarily looking to connect with the main characters; it cares about the sum rather than individual parts, but that's kind of okay.
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