Animation • PG • 2020 • 1 hr 43 min
Impeccable animation and a great story, with strong themes of family and doing the right thing in spite of an established order.
Gorgeous. Love this studio. I will see everything they make.
I wanted to take screenshots of each scene and cover my walls with them. This film was very very beautiful
Simple but never simplistic. Great narrative, character development and outstanding impressionist ambiences.
Gorgeous animation, loveable and well developed characters, an engaging story with a lot of heart and great music. I think it's Masterpiece.
Cartoon Saloon brings it on the animation front ofc, but you've seen everything in this movie done before in others.
Great for adults, children, and anyone inbetween.
Charming characters, good story, and fantastic 2d animation. What more could you want?
Gorgeous animation that is deceptively simple, deep story that plays with fun themes. A real knockout of a film
Story is a bit simplistic, but everything else is amazing. Especially animation.
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