The first of five....this one is hard going for the viewer.
This is a very dry educational film by Norman McLaren and Grant Munro--both Canadian animators. As I said, however, the film is VERY dry--with extremely dry narration and a style that could have been a lot more interesting. It consists of the narrator showing the various types of movement that can occur in an animated film--and how increasing the number of frames will impact the smoothness of an animation. For the amateur animator (particularly the old style non-CGI ones), it's a great film to watch. However, for the average person it's like an eternity in Purgatory--even though this film is only about 10 minutes long. So, unless you are such an animator or unless you want to torture someone, I wouldn't recommend this one.
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