Window Horses (2017)
Critic Consensus: Narratively as well as visually, Window Horses eschews unnecessary trappings, proving classic storytelling and animation are still more than enough to draw viewers in.
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There's nothing particularly profound in all of this... but "Window Horses" is smart enough to know that it's a pretty straightforward, beautiful and informative little film that doesn't need to take itself too seriously.
You have to admire an animator who can make a star out of a stick figure, and that's just what Canadian filmmaker Ann Marie Fleming has accomplished.
The writing in "Window Horses" is unaffected and lovely, with each poem animated in a different style to reflect the variety of life on display.
Many independent animated films in recent years have adopted a hand-drawn and/or collage-heavy aesthetic, but few are quite as heartfelt and charming as Ann Marie Fleming's Window Horses: The Poetic Persian Epiphany of Rosie Ming.
Refreshingly devoid of talking animals and anthropomorphic vehicles, Ann Marie Fleming's "Window Horses" is a lovely surprise of a stirringly original animated feature.
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