May 25, 2020
When I started watching anime, I was naive, young, and foolish. I didn't think of anime as an art-form, but simply a medium of entertainment. After what I have just witnessed, all of that has changed. This anime took my virginity. This anime took my youth and crushed with the beautiful beak of Chicken Papa. Anime like this, and Boku No Pico, are the reason I have stage 4 brain cancer.
This is the most beautiful piece of fiction to ever grace the earth with its presence. I am trembling from the awe-inspiring score and the breath-taking animation. This is truly a masterpiece. Nothing will ever
compare to this and I don't think I can ever watch another anime after this. I am astounded by this level of craftsmanship.
All jokes aside, if someone could please give me some more information about this anime or its creator that would be nice.
One-minute long, it shows a glimpse at the everyday life of "Lady" and the titular "Papa". It's a fly-on-the-wall style look, keeping in the awkward pauses and weird comments. That being said, it doesn't do any of this well.
The animation is fairly good. The color is a reflection of the anime's themes and mood, gritty and bleak. Real-life captured in 3D. Character designs are odd and honestly aren't very memorable. One of the weaker parts of this short.
Anyone can agree that sound design is the best part of this short. It oozes with talent and I can hear my ear canals screaming with joy as they bleed out onto my shoulders. Honestly, there's nothing much to the audio, but it's not bad.
There are only two. It's not much and there isn't much to them.
It is genuinely fun to be shocked in awe and horror as you go into this with no context. I mean there isn't any either way. For me, it's weird enough to not take seriously.
Somebody once told me that the world could exist without Chicken Papa.
(Proceeds to sing All-Star)
Reviewer’s Rating: 1
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