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The Stone of Folly (2002)

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A doctor is making his way through the corridors of the vast medieval hospital. He enters the X-ray room, where we catch a glimpse of the process as performed five hundred years ago. He ... See full summary »

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A doctor is making his way through the corridors of the vast medieval hospital. He enters the X-ray room, where we catch a glimpse of the process as performed five hundred years ago. He then continues into the operating theatre, where the patient is anesthetized and operated upon. The procedure works, but there is something wrong in the methodology... Written by Anonymous

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6 August 2002 (USA)  »

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I lithos tis trelas  »

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Brilliantly translated from the painting.
6 October 2004 | by (CA, USA) – See all my reviews

The undertones of this short piece are astounding. After seeing the bit, and studying the painting thereafter I see how the moral is truly conveyed in the piece. The characters are actually derived from the characters in the painting, and it's a joy to see how much information is derived from the facial expressions of the puppets. The scenery and motions of each astound as well. The opening scene sets the tone well, and the ending was delightfully surprising. Amazing how much message can be conveyed through stop motion animation, and this is one of the pieces that proves that. Worth at least a glance.


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