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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Adam Whybray's rating of the film In the Attic: Who Has a Birthday Today?

    Until Barta is given the funding for his 'Golem' project, it is only fair and just to look past the simple rescue narrative to the cruel whimsy, bright and rank atmospherics, dilapidated surfaces and the haptic junkshop wonders in abundance. The characters are fun, but it's the *things* that you stay for. Plus, it features a kitsch disco attended by sprouted potatoes, the best metaphor for Czech communism!!!

  2. xrystyna's rating of the film In the Attic: Who Has a Birthday Today?

    i love stop-motion animation, so i was really looking forward to see this film. however i really disliked the story... it is quite manipulative, shallow-ish and russophobic.

  3. vincentbergerond@gmail.com's rating of the film In the Attic: Who Has a Birthday Today?

    I saw the latest Terry Gilliam (2009) the same day and was dissapointed by the cold computer pictures..and later the same day and thought the old-fashion, but carefully hand-made and creative animation of Barta to be much more expressive.