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Red Princess Blues Animated: The Book of Violence (2007)

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Red Princess Blues Animated: The Book of Violence is an animated short film prequel to Alex Ferrari's upcoming feature film Red Princess Blues. Artist extraordinaire and Creative Director ... See full summary »

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Red Princess Blues Animated: The Book of Violence is an animated short film prequel to Alex Ferrari's upcoming feature film Red Princess Blues. Artist extraordinaire and Creative Director of the Visual Effects House Numb Robot, Dan Cregan will be making his directorial debut. RPB Animated is a chance to explore the world of "Princess," the main character of Red Princess Blues. In this tale we meet her as a 12 year old little girl who finds herself in a strange country looking for her father. She is then taken in by a "unique" looking man who goes by Nino. The short film is completely from the perspective of Princess and what she is going through. She soon discovers the "Book of Violence" and slowly begins her journey that one day will lead to vengeance. Written by Anonymous

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Everyone has violence in them.

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30 November 2007 (USA)  »

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Red Princess Blues Animated: The Book of Violence was the first film to be featured by Latino Review in their monthly short film spotlight. See more »

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Princess: [narrating] Violence has been around me all of my life. Sometimes it's needed, sometimes it's not. I believe that there is violence in every person. I hope I never have to use what I've learned from those books. But something tells me I'm not going to be that lucky.
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Referenced in Red Princess Blues: Smoke and Mirrors - Visual FX (2010) See more »

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mildly amusing
2 July 2010 | by (Austin, Texas) – See all my reviews

The narration by the girl starts out all right but begins to grind irritatingly on my nerves after its' unceasing banter turns into a steady monotonous drone . The voice acting needs some work. The artwork was rather nice which is where most of the three stars comes from. Girl with multicolored eyes, huge book freak, likes throwing knives? That's a kinda kinky premise and I can dig that. There was a hint of music that could evolve into something more. A little too much slow panning across still images, which is something the Japanese artists have been outgrowing for a while now. Let's hope the full-length movie actually has the action included in it. This short film pretty much had no action at all, which means the bigger picture doesn't advertise for itself very good.


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