Topics: Mental Health.
Aroview: Clay-mated marvel from Australia that tells an adorable yet heart-breaking tale of friendship between an eight-year-old Melbournian, and an afflicted middle-aged Jewish New Yorker.
WALLACE AND GROMIT is the obvious touchstone, and it more than holds its own in that company both technically and comedically, but the themes here are maturer and delve deeper into the human condition, as its lovable protagonists share a kinship that helps them cope with the wider world and their own issues, such as Asperges Syndrome.
Trumping the director's Academy Award-winning HARVEY KRUMPET, with Phillip Seymour Hoffman at its centre and the incomparable Barry Humphries narrating, this deserves a wide audience to appreciate its beautiful and unconventional splendour.
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4 stars (Very Good) A touching tale of the strange friendship between young girl and Asperger's middle-aged man delves into a number of real-world issues with a sweet naievity that can only bring a smile to your face. ~Tom H
2 stars (Good Try) This is easily the most depressing movie I have ever seen. I have no idea why it is commonly classed as childrens, but be warned, kiddy suicide rates may rise. Well animated, but he characters feel flat. Adam Elliot is just repeating himself. ~dr.strangelove
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