A USSR-made violent farcical yet quite faithful adaptation of the famous Robert Louis Stevenson's book that combines animated sequences with live action parts. This film covers the second half of the book. Part 1 came out in 1986.
A USSR-made violent farcical yet quite faithful adaptation of the famous Robert Louis Stevenson's book that combines animated sequences with live action parts. This movie covers the first half of the book. Part 2 came out in 1988.
"Antoshka" is a 2.5-minute animated short film from the Soviet Union in 1969. It was made by Leonid Nosyrev as a television production and it's about a little red-haired boy who keeps singing and is joined by a group of other children quickly afterward. This is certainly nowhere near the best what the Soviet Union had to offer in terms of animation. It's a little fun movie, but there is no depth or character development in here at all. Solid watch for children and for people trying to learn the Russian language, but everybody else can skip it really. I myself am glad it was that short and that's why I give it a thumbs-down. Not a failure and the animation and spirit ooze fun, but like I said, there is nothing really memorable about this 150-second film here.
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