Princess Budu sleeps, and dreams. She dreams of whimsical fairies and a wicked, restless beastial spirit. Her dream is one unmoored from identity and self - perhaps she is the fairy, ... See full synopsis »
Confined in the castle tower by her father, Princess Arete spends her days watching the world outside her window. Sometimes she sneaks out. Prospective suitors are sent on quests to collect magic treasures to win her hand in marriage.
Joseph K. awakens one morning, to find two strange men in his room, telling him he has been arrested. Joseph is not told, with what he is charged, and despite being "arrested", is allowed ... See full summary »
David Hugh Jones
In the dead of night, an ageing doctor nearly at the end of his life is summoned to attend a young boy on his deathbed. However, his horse has died in the freezing night and having no other means of transportation, the worried physician accepts an offer from a mysterious man he finds on his doorstep. Will the doctor make it in time, moreover, save the boy's life? Written by
Horror on Drugs, deep intelligent depressing horror on drugs
I have not read the book by Franz Kafka but it can't be better or creepier than this drawn short-movie.
It's about an ill child and a doctor who should help the child... I can't say more.
The drawings are awesome, confusing, creepy and someway disgusting but in a way that it's still some kind of art.
The music absolutely fits, same for the voices. The whole atmosphere this short flick raises up so fast is incredible, I would really like to see more stuff like this. The only things I could compare it with are the flash animated cartoons by David Firth.
Just watch it, it's sick and dark but also beautiful in it's way.
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