Seven Stunning Facts about “Winter Days (2003)” Movie

‘Winter Days (2003)’ first came to my attention through the involvement of Russian masters Yuriy Norshteyn and Aleksandr Petrov. Otherwise, I’ve never really explored Asian animation, and this seemed as good a place as any: 36 animators, most from Japan, but others from all over the world, each capturing a moment from the haiku poetry of Matsuo Bashō (1644 – 1694). Each animator was assigned a stanza, and asked to contribute a work of between 30 and 60 seconds; Norshteyn, being perhaps the greatest animator of all time, is allowed two minutes. The array of short films represents a wealth of startlingly different animation styles, each produced independently of the other. Most don’t tell a story – that is, apart from the wider arc of the Bashō poem itself – but instead capture a mood, a moment.Norshteyn’s contribution, which opens the feature, stands head-and- shoulders above the rest. His trademark cut-out animation is breathtaking, conjuring up a blistering windstorm that you can almost feel battering against your face. Petrov draws on his richly-textured paint-on-glass animation to create a distinctive atmosphere, as a giant raven ominously stalks outside the window of an old house. The film also introduced me to some unfamiliar talents: I enjoyed the stark black-and- white angles of Belgian animator Raoul Servais, the eerie surrealism of Tatsuo Shimamura, the surprisingly-expressive puppetry of BÅ™etislav Pojar, and the dreary, rich textures of Keita Kurosaka. Several I didn’t like – the bizarre and undignified crassness of Yoji Kuri and Mark Baker, for example – but you can’t win them all, and the successes nevertheless make ‘Winter Days’ very much worthwhile.

Seven Reason to Watch “Winter Days (2003)” Movie

#1 Great Review

You acquire 1h 45min to watch Winter Days (2003). Wasting your time? Off course not, because its rating is around 6.9 star from 341 movie freak.

#2 Supported by Great Actor and Actress

Actress Actor behind Winter Days (2003) Movie are Kyôko Kishida, Ryuta Kashiwagi, and Noboru Mitani. So if you are fans of them you should enjoy this movie.

#3 Good Work from Great Director

This movie director, Mark Baker, has done wonderful job in this video. So if you are his fan do list this video on your bucket wish.

#4 Excellent Script by Good Writers

The movie script written by Writer:Bashô Matsuo and Ryuta Kashiwagi. Both have creative imagination to get your attention, so watch it.

#5 Magnificent Genres

This movie is Animation Genres film which released in 2003.

# 6 Breathtaking Story

A compilation of short animated clips on winter days in Japan

#7 Many themes in one movie

These five themes are great interesting topics in the world, they are compilation, multiple directors, stop motion, stop motion, stop motion animation. And you meet all of them in one movie.

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