Talking about animation business, Argentina is an almost virgin field, wich it doesn't means that there's no people working on it. There are many talented workers that suffers to develop a solid industry some day, but few TV&Movies businessmen are ready to take the "risk" and help them. The Patagonik Group, producers of Condor Crux, had a very rare chance, and they let it go. How? Why?. Because they never had clear which people was their "target" -yes "target", all the time weren't thinking about cuality, but quick selling- and didn't reach none. Isn't a children movie, 'cause the language used is a little bit more complicated. Isn't a teen movie, 'cause the animation is poor (2-D animation makes you laught, or cry, i don't know wich; anyway, it's unforgiven). And isn't an adult movie because the dialogues are ridiculous; the script, absurd (in the worst way); the voices chosen for the characters, hopeless (the amasonian native -Leticia Brédicce's voice- has an Buenos Aires accent that makes me remember old western movies, when indians were played by anglo-saxon actors). But, but, i believe that isn't a complete waste. There were some interesting renders, and, over all mistakes, i save the bravery needed to finish this kind of project. I hope that animation in Argentina get a revenge.
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