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Stills from Waltz With Bashir (click for larger image)
Real life account of a soldier's experience in the 1982 Lebanese War.
There is so much I would like to talk about certain parts of the film but mentioning anything else on this review, can easily spoil the film.
The animation style by Yoni Goodman is computer generated cut out animation and works quite well in this context.
An amazing award-winning documentary. One of the best that I have seen. The animation is superb - the artists re-create the individual mimicry of each person with uncanny realism,... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Snehurka
Presents the realities of war from an interesting human perspectivePublished 2 months ago by Gabriel Kleiman
I liked the pace and tone of how the story unfolded. It was quiet, contemplative but emotionally raw and jarring at the same time. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Sally the Saint
Shows the horrible massacre by the Phalangist in Beirut that was assisted and condoned by Sharon. This is why many feel that Sharon should have been convicted of war crimes.Published 10 months ago by James Cobey
Bravo to Israel to produce this film. It shows that Israel is strong and honest enough to recognize its faults to the world.Published 12 months ago by elaine trott
This film utilizes animation in form to appropriately convey the elusive nature of memory and the suppression of unimaginable trauma. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Will Jones
Looks at the consequence of war in a very different way. Amazing animation, awesome music and out-of-the-world story line. There should be more such movies made.Published 13 months ago by Tanuj
Watched this last night with a group and it was a gripping story. The animation makes the horrors that were experienced by the soldiers easier to stomach, but still feels like... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Ryan Fagan