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The Pied Piper of Hamelin (1986)
"Krysar" (original title)

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Oldrich Kaiser ...
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Jirí Lábus ...
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Michal Pavlícek ...
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Bleak, pungently flavorful semi-animated fantasy
16 August 2003 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Jiri Barta's 1986 Pied Piper is a quintessentially dyspeptic, adult piece of Eastern Euro animation whose take on the classic morality fable is even more misanthropic than Jacques Demy's version. Here, a medieval town of avaricious, gluttonous bourgeoise is overrun by rats (the only live-action element, adding an extra grotesque dimension). Instead of a mischevious minstrel, the Piper who rids them of those pesky vermin is more like a cruel avenging angel-when betrayed, his bitterly ironic redress departs considerably from the tale's usual ending. Complete with stop-motion puppet rape and murder, these stunningly visualized 55 minutes are not quite apt for children.


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