[Anime]A Game with stone
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2013/04/07 Good(+1 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
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Actual animation is also an evaluation frame of "animation".
This is animation using watch and stone, but in the world where nothing was born, only the time passed, it was a very lonely work of the way of the end.
Is black and white stone behind human beings again?
If so, it is too lonesome that the stones that actively active so far end up destroying each other, only when time has passed since nothing was born.
Animation that makes stones move anyway is wonderful.
It looked like the stone was alive, and the sense of speed was also amazing.
I think that the scene that switches to the next screen in a fraction of a second or so was also quite good.
Well, I do not really understand what it is after all, I think that it was quite nice that the trim and loneliness that remained at the end and precise live-action animation were pretty good.
Whether it is "overseas movie" or "animation", it is a work that is difficult to classify, but it was not too bad.