Because aging boxer Bill Thompson always lost his past fights, his corrupt manager, without telling Thompson, takes bribes from a betting gangster, to ensure Thompson's pre-arranged dive-loss in the next match.
Krabat, a beggar boy, is lured to become an apprentice to an evil, one-eyed sorcerer. With a number of other boys, he works at the sorcerer's mill while learning black magic. Every ... See full summary »
A delicate and secluded ceramist sees his orderly life turn upside down, when a gigantic hand in a white glove invades his space, demanding that a sculpture of itself is made. When will the hand's obstinate demands stop?
The premise of this film is that there is a whole culture that exists in a drop of water. We have little colorful cities, figure skaters, and other events taking place that use what appear to be little glass dolls, in stop action. I wish I had an emotional response. I saw no story here. The idea of inspiration has to do with the imagination.
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