Feb 2, 2013
Elleir (All reviews)
Overall, this was interesting to put the big Studio 4C productions next to modest projects like this one. Although it has very uneven content from each animators and clearly isn't their most interesting and intricate release, it was nice to see Osamu Kobayashi's Table and Fisherman - I suggest to watch End of the World by him on the Sweat Punch release, if you liked his absurd storyline and his character design - and my favorite definitely was Kazuyoshi Yaginuma's In the Evening of a Moonlit Night. Great discovery on that one.

I can understand that for some people liking more linear narratives and classic animation/chara design, this will be appaling and feel like a waste of time. However, if you're interested by experimental animation and something else than the more polished Studio 4C productions, I'd suggest to give it a try. It's less than 30 minutes long, and two of them, in my opinion, are quite enjoyable.

Worth watching because it is so short, but probably not a must-see.