N+2: Dim. - Marek Skrobecki (1992)

18 febrero 2012

Dim. - Marek Skrobecki (1992)


Tenue
No dialogue / Sin Díalogos

El film narra la vida de una pareja de homúnculos que, aspirando vehemntemente a la humanidad, viven rutinariamente; su vida transcurre aparentemente a un ritmo normal, salvo en ciertos momentos en que la rutina es destruida por un pequeño visitante, quien dará sentido y será la propia fuente de la existencia de ambos.


Marek Skrobecki anima réplicas de cuerpos humanos. Sus decorados son perfectos, realizados de manera milimétrica. Se destaca por sobre todo una estética despojada de todo simbolismo y le deja al espectador una mínima historia, en donde dos solitarios seres disfrutan de aquello que ellos carecen.
Sencilla y muy bella animación polaca de una década muy poco prolífera en cine de animación.


I had to watch Marek Skrobecki's 1992 movie, D.I.M., several times to decide on meaning but also because it is such a profoundly moving experience. Using life size puppets, Marek's ten minute film traces the relationship of a couple within the confines of their apartment... For me, the story is explained as a couple's desperate need for a child to fill the tidy, crammed but ultimately empty space. In this respect the magnificent music of Michał Lorenc is crucial for it reveals the passion and the longing as well as the shades of light... Marek presently works for the Oscar winning studio Se-ma-for in Łódź. He graduated from the Fine Art Academy there and the Animation Department of the Polish National Film School in Łódź. He has also worked for Jim Henson’s Creature Shop and Aardman Animation...
Ian Lumsden (Animation Blog)


  
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