Tarzan. There are hardly any words that I can use to describe the magnificence of this short. It's thrilling, dramatic and just.. phenomenal.
Throughout the short you will ask yourself many things along the way. These questions have you reflect upon the masterpiece you view. Some questions may include:
'What are those sounds? I could've sworn this is not a Hentai."
"Does a camera work like that?"
"Is that supposed to represent the elephant's genitals?"
(and the most commonly asked question)
"What the fuck?"
The story is engaging, you sit on the edge of your seat, unable to predict the coming events. The story is realistic and relatable, yet distant enough from
reality so that you feel like you're experiencing something new. 10/10 Story.
The art is.. beautiful. Words cannot describe the level of skill used to animate the short... DID YOU EVEN SEE THAT RESOLUTION?! The detail brings the piece to life. 10/10 Art.
The sounds are.. questionable, at best. Yet they're still on par with voice acting found in Studio FOW. The sound is the ribbon on the ideal Christmas present. It's beyond me how they were able to produce such perfect sound. 10/10 Sound.
The characters are many in number. They're so memorable. From Elephant, to Jumping Tribeman. You can relate to their internal and external struggles to the point where.. it's almost like you're on the screen. 10/10 Characters
I quite enjoyed the short. It's beyond me how something so.. perfect.. has graced this Earth. We're truly lucky. 10/10 Enjoyment.
Overall, it freaking blew. I feel like I wasted my six minutes watching it, and my ten minutes writing this review. It's like.. five in the morning, and I'm extremely tired. This may have been riveting in it's time, but Taku failed to impress me.