A legismertebb magyar nepmesenek es a Tavol-Kelettol Ausztriaig elterjedt valtozatainak nyoman keszult a film. A feher kanca megellik, fia szuletik. Meset mond neki egy kiralyi parrol, ... See full summary »
A legismertebb magyar nepmesenek es a Tavol-Kelettol Ausztriaig elterjedt valtozatainak nyoman keszult a film. A feher kanca megellik, fia szuletik. Meset mond neki egy kiralyi parrol, annak harom fiarol, felesegeikrol: Aranyhajurol, Ezusthajurol es Rezhajurol. Az asszonyok kivancsisaga miatt harom alvilagi sarkany elpusztitja varaikat meg a ferfiakat es a kiralykisasszonyokat foldalatti birodalmaba hurcolja. A mese hallatan a feher lo fia szent eskuvessel fogadja meg, hogy elbanik a gonoszokkal. Written by
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Experimental, full-feature, pop-art/folk-art fairy-tale. Yet, a mainstream title at its home!:)
Alright! We're talking about high-quality movie-making here! Its experimental way is the films strongest feature. Or its keenness about traditionalism? Its up to you, to decide which pars you like better: the funky, vibrant colors, and wacky-trippy movement, or the heavy use of traditional, middle-European folk ornaments?
The white mare give gives birth to a son once again, who grows to be strong enough, to defeat the evil ones, who keep the three beautiful princess' as captives... and even, to find his long lost, and just as powerful brothers on his journey.
The plot for this one has been mixed together, from folktales all around the globe (but mostly, they're from middle-Europe, and eastern, nomad tribes), which makes the story familiar for almost everyone, from everywhere. It reaches back into our most ancient collective memories, and bring up something, that might even be forgotten.
The new-age look of some aspects of this movie, and the respect for folk traditions, surprisingly makes a totally coherent, and unbelievably powerful whole. Which makes it Marcell Jankovics's best directional work ever. This film earned his righteous place, amongst the "world's best fifty animated-films ever", at Los Angeles' animation Olympic.
Anyone, who likes animation, experimental film-making, or just GOOD MOVIES, simply must see this one. No exceptions!
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