Waltz with Bashir
Drama • R • 2008 • 1 hr 30 min
It cleverly takes advantage of animation as the medium to tell this story. And then... Oh, the final scenes will haunt me for life.
Good animation and a powerful story of discovery and self realization
A harrowing depiction of what war does to innocent lives. Stunning animation blends nightmares of the mind with nightmares of real war
This movie allows you to take comfort in it's formal abstraction before tearing it all away with its terrific reality -check ending.
Surprisingly poetic for a documentary. A must see take on war and memory
One of the best animations movie I ever seen
Great style throughout. Those last few minutes were absolutely devastating.
I love the way this documentary utilized animation to tell this disturbing tragedy. The last moments will haunt many viewers.
A moving film. The animation gives the filmmaker a chance to tell us his story in a unique way. The film touches some important subjects.
Enchanting look on war, trauma, and the healing power of storytelling
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