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Blood Tea and Red String (2006) * Weird & Wacky * * Hidden Gem *
Genre: Avant-Garde Fantasy Stop-Motion Animation
Starring: "Aristocratic White Mice and the rustic Creatures Who Dwell Under the Oak" - IMDb
Directed By: Christiane Cegavske
Overview: When bird-like people are comissioned by the White Mice to make a doll, the Oak Dwellers decide to keep her, refusing the Mice's money, who then kidnap her. The Oak Dwellers trek to get her back.
I started explaining this film to a co-worker, talking about how cool the scene where the albino mice are sitting at home with their new doll. One mouse has the doll tied to himself, pupeteering her playing cards and making her drink blood tea as it dribbles down her, staining her white dress.
She asked what the Hell kind of films I was into. It made me realize how much cooler than her I was.
You can feel that way too.
13 years in the making.
Performance: 9 Cinematography: 9 Script: 8 Plot: 8 Mood: 9
Overall Rating: 86% (Tie One On)
Stop-Motion has got to be by far my favorite medium for film, especially dialogueless Stop-Motion with wicked sound work like this one.