Death of Bambi's mom? Has got to be on the top 10 of movie's most traumatic events ever! And specially when you're a little kid. That death and the way it's shot it's pure Kiarostami. The cinema is happening outside of the actual frame. The brand and make of true cinema. It's not what is there (on the frame) it's what's out there (out of the frame). Godard would agree with me on this. It's where you take things to:<3
This film is a gem, full of life and colors, most of the frames are true visual marvels and the masterful use of the multiplane camera gave some incredible sequences like the overture and some moments in the scene of the rain and storm at the beginning, so perfect, poetic and sustained by the impressionist music of Plumb & Churchill, it gives me chills everytime i watch it.
Beatiful movie, maybe too short for the joy felt while being watched. The colours are simply wonderful, nature is exposed with such reality that I could only gasp when it started showing the forest. The movie was done during the Second World War, so mankind is represented as beasts. On the other hand, it shows the example of all the animals, who know how to give and take. Still remains funny for children and great!