Rate a 3
No subtitles or voices aside from title name.
Note: this was the first anime in color
Have you ever admired something from a distance but was never able to fully appreciate the fascination up close? That is precisely what happens here in a way.
While i appreciate old anime for the effort applied in art, sound and message i can't find something good about this. Don't get me wrong there was indeed potential but i can't help but feel we are seeing a small portion of a larger piece. In other words it is marked as two minutes but was the rough draft a
5 minute long piece? For as it stands the plot's ending remains a mystery. Don't believe me what the film. Then you will see the way it is presented you can't honestly mark the last picture with a the end statement.
-What was the point of the lone character? Was he meant to play the role of the hero but due to budget issues or something was cut out? If that were the case all references to him or her should have been eliminated. That would have prevented a good deal amount of confusion.
-As for the color not bad. While the color did not appear life like it was a good step up from going from black and white.
character-to be debated.
It hurts me to shame old pieces with low ratings. For i feel not being then and there when it was made we the audience are missing out on the struggles and full impact presented. While the plot may have not been the best appreciate this film for its individual goal on first color. As for the comical aspect it is light to the point where it might drift up halfway upwards before you notice its existence.