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A nice visually stuning movie (IMDB: 7)

On: 12/1/2020 12:00:00 AM By: yogeshevolution
The movie has everything in it stunning visual, a nice story line and all the ingredients of animated movie. A good watch for childrens.

Prequel to an excellent TV series (IMDB: 6)

On: 10/26/2019 12:00:00 AM By: tamsin-parker-262-538925
This movie is a prequel to the excellent TV series of the same name. It was co-written and co-directed by the series' creator, Arthur Qwak (Lordy, what a name), but it's whole different beast.It takes place about ten years before the TV show, so the heroes haven't met Jennyline yet and Zaza doesn't exist yet either.Gwizdo (Rob Paulsen) and Lian-Chu (Forest Whittaker) are professional dragon hunters, but far from the best. Gwizdo can read and write and has a talent for business, but is a terrible coward. Lian-Chu isn't the warrior he'd become in the series, but he's a kind soul, sensible if a little na?ve, and knits, to Gwizdo's chagrin (in the episode "A Fistful of Veggies", he finally says, "Lian-Chu, remind me to never make fun of your knitting again"). While Gwizdo is giving Lian-Chu a pep talk one morning, they meet a little girl named Zoe, who is an orphan (like the heroes) and has a rich uncle. She mistakes them for knights and Gwizdo goes along with the lie. I can't understand why. They'd win just as much of her admiration by admitting that they're professionals, stone-cold mercenaries. And in the end she doesn't mind anyway.Honestly it reminds me of Maurizio's lie in 'Der Satanarch?olügenialkoh?llische Wunschpunsch' (and by coincidence, both he and Gwizdo have been voiced by Rick Jones).The lord of the place offers the dragon hunters a huge sum of money for killing the World Gobbler, which eats masses of land (in the show, the islands are dead dragons). They have to sucker punch it even though, like the dragon in "A Fistful of Veggies", it has a weakness that even a knitting needle can penetrate.The story itself is very simple. Reminds me of 'All Dogs Go to Heaven', actually. You have a cynic (Charlie/Gwizdo) and his sensible best friend (Lian-Chu/Itchy) who "adopt" a little girl (Zoe/Anne-Marie) and the cynic grows to care about her.Zoe seems annoying, but don't worry, when Jennyline adopts her in the series, she grows up to be the awesome dragon hunter Zoria. Somehow it doesn't make sense. This little idealist who believes in fairytales is Zoria? Somehow I find it hard to believe.There's Sir Lensflair, who's an elderly Prince Charming if he went nuts. And yes, in the series there is a character named Prince Charming.Rob Paulsen is a riot as Gwizdo. He has a lot of funny lines and is a match for Rick Jones. However, the movie makes him look uglier. The TV series version is a bombshell by comparison. Maybe his design didn't translate well to CGI.His character in the movie can be annoying but he's shown to love Lian-Chu no matter what. He loses a bit of charisma from the TV series, somehow.Forest Whittaker's voice is deeper than Harry Standjofski's but is just as gentle and mature.And finally there's Hector (who was also voiced by Jones in the series and is voiced by Dave Wittenberg in the movie), who provides some cute comic relief.The film has excellent visuals, good action sequences and one excellent scene where Gwizdo is tormented by his guilty conscience; Paulsen is on top form in that scene, which recalls one in "Gland of the Mimikar" where he tries to make up excuses for why he can't go and save Lian-Chu himself (which he does anyway), and in "The Strange Taste of Cocomak" where Gwizdo's constant bad luck sends him into a depression.It's worth watching for pretty visuals, but especially if you're a fan of the series.

BEST Children's/Family Film! (IMDB: 10)

On: 6/8/2019 12:00:00 AM By: ruhetraum
This is a film that I stumbled across, and am SO glad! My son fell in love with the characters, a princess who is the tough, orphaned, quick witted unlikely accomplice to a business-savvy leader, vicious dog and knitting dragon hunter! The movie is silly, sweet and takes all stereotypes and does away with them to make a film that you wouldn't expect! This is grossly underrated, and deserves a wide audience

Awesome! Love it! (IMDB: 7)

On: 5/30/2019 12:00:00 AM By: paulclaassen
Wow, how I absolutely love this film. I've seen it a few times and every time I pick up on something new, or simply admire the completely unique animation. I love the characters and it has a great story, too. This is funny, action-packed and adventurous.

This is unlike any other animated film, and wonderfully imaginative. The sheep are simply adorable! The film also sends out a strong message about loyalty, trust and friendship. Love it!

My son LOVES it! (IMDB: 10)

On: 11/7/2018 12:00:00 AM By: mamalisa-83373
We found this movie when my son was around 3 and he absolutely adores it even to this day! (He's about to be 7)All my friends kids that see it with my son like it too. The artwork is very nice and eye-catching for young viewers, and the simple storyline is just simple enough for them to keep up ?? No background or why the world is as it is... that's too much for kids... just taking it from where it starts, and tidbits here and there... My son was able to tell me what was happening in the movie at any given time!All together I believe it is great for kids (and kids at heart, as I love this movie too lol)P.s. Zoey is awesome. For the longest time in our house this movie was referred to as "The Zoey Movie" ??

Spare Yourself (IMDB: 1)

On: 11/12/2013 12:00:00 AM By: SaraSeantae
The reviews for Dragon Hunters are glowing, but I found it to be literally one of the worst movies I have ever seen (and probably the worst animated film I've seen).

The thing reviewers seem to go on about the most is the animation, writing and writing about how beautiful and breathtaking it is and how it gives Pixar a run for the money. I disagree so strongly! The animation of the setting is mildly interesting, but more in idea than actual visual stimulation and lacks a lot of detail. The characters are anatomically clunky and their movements don't even seem natural to that clunky design - they just flat out don't work for me. All in all, I would say that visually this movie looks more like a draft...it lacks so much that it seems entirely unfinished.

The voice acting is mediocre at best and utterly fails to emote, but that isn't even my biggest beef with it! The voices themselves are so grating and obnoxious that they go beyond being caricatures, as animated characters are expected to be, and simply irritate. Speaking of "character" and "emoting"...

...the story itself lacks any substance at all! Yes, the bare bones idea is a bit cliché, but that doesn't really matter. It's all about the meat you put on those bones, after all, and unfortunately this meat is lean, stringy, and crude. There is no real...anything here. No true journey. No character development. It's an as of yet unformed idea that tries to parade as fully formed, and I hate it for that.

Honestly, I feel angry that I watched this movie. Disgusted. Writing this review civilly took a lot of self-control. If I could have given Dragon Hunters no stars I sure would have (and that's still more than it deserves).

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On: 10/25/2013 12:00:00 AM By: KissEnglishPasto
............................................................fromPasto,Colombia...Via: L.A. CA., CALI, COLOMBIA and ORLANDO, FL

1,000 Words? Not nearly enough to do this film justice. . Also, we'd beallowed more than 1K Words to discuss a cinematic marvel. The realtitle is "Chasseurs de Dragon".(Don't confuse this with "DragonHunter"!) Name any specific area for evaluating or critiquing a CGIfilm and "Hunters" is flawlessly top-notch. Every frame, quiteliterally, is a work of art!

Immediately after viewing my rental copy, I ran out and bought one. Inareas such as creative/artistic design and rendering,conceptualization, technical precision and execution, music soundtrack,and sound engineering "Dragon Hunters" set a new CGI standard for 2008,and could have served as the yardstick by which all future CGIendeavors were measured.

In fact, at times, remarkably, I felt it was almost too good! Theunparalleled meticulous attention to detail was almost distracting. Oneexample: The nerdy little side-kick/manager character had faint acnescars on his face! Can you believe that?

After experiencing this surreal French production I'm prompted to issuethis warning: Pixar and Dreamworks, you'd best stand up and takenotice! "Hunters" from an artistic standpoint, has both great highbrowand lowbrow appeal. When Salvador Dali had dreams at age 10, I'm surethey were reminiscent of "Hunters". There is something in this moviefor everyone. The acting, by the way, was delightful. Forrest Whitakergave a firm but nuanced performance.

9*....ENJOY/DISFRUTELA!

Any comments, questions or observations, in English o en Español, aremost [email protected]

A Simple Story-- Beautifully animated and illustrated (IMDB: 10)

On: 1/21/2012 12:00:00 AM By: Rabh17
This one had been languishing on my netflix queue for the longest time for reasons that I never could quite pin down.

It's not Pixar. It's not Disney. It's not anime.

And the story seemed so simple. A lot of people seemed to comment on that. Just the same, I didn't erase it from the queue.

So finally, I clicked on it.

Just the opening Graphics alone held me spellbound. A world of floating islands, drifting ruins, flying forests, castles high in the sky with darkling clouds below. . .and a dragon. A hero and his friend, a spunky Princess and. . .a very strange dog.

The story is straightforward-- a standard Slay-the-dragon quest with the usual lessons about Responsibility, Friendship and Bravery. We've all seen it done many times. But this one has a soulful elegance to it.

The big shouldered Hero warrior has simple lines, but the expressions on his face speak volumes about honesty and gravitas especially when he remembers his childhood.

His friend Gwizdo is the perfect fulcrum of adult humor, sarcasm and Guilty Conscience. His laugh inducing lines were never out of place.

And the Princess is just adorable.

I loved this as an adult. And its simplicity speaks with wordless directness to children.

To call the storyline 'simple' is unfair: Call it 'Uncluttered'. And the visual vistas are simply astounding in their detail and majesty.

Whether you have Children or Not--Just Watch it.

Very pretty graphics with a weak story (IMDB: 6)

On: 11/24/2010 12:00:00 AM By: DrLex
Well, my title sums it up. The computer graphics are top-notch, I dare say they can compete with Pixar's. There are some scenes in there that are jaw-dropping, especially when combined with the musical score. The only thing that bothered me is that the choreography of some scenes is so spastic that only people with severe ADD could enjoy them. One can only sweep around the camera so much and so often before it becomes annoying.

The story however is not top-notch. The characters all give the impression of being mish-mashes of predecessors from various older animated films. One particular character's personality suddenly changes completely without any valid reason. The result is that none of the characters are particularly interesting, because they just try to be so much at once that they end up being compromises.

Children will probably love this just for the awesome visuals and the simple story, and will not notice the inconsistencies. Adults can enjoy this by turning off their brain and letting themselves be awed by the stunning visuals. If you don't care about eye-candy, you may want to stay away from this one.

P.S.: Yes, this film features floating islands very reminiscent of Avatar, but remember that Dragon Hunters is one year older.

Animation demo reel (IMDB: 4)

On: 8/31/2010 12:00:00 AM By: Vladimir Nagorny
A French animation company decided to do a passion project, to show off their animating skills and make a few bucks along the way. They get some financial backing from French government and do everything in-house, using own resources and hiring few American voices to have international appeal.

At least, that how this movie comes across.

It has awesome visuals, landscapes and lighting effects are very imaginative and top notch. I guess that's what these guys do for living. Everything else is half-baked: characters are flat and uninteresting, story is done with the use of Disney cookie-cutter and the world they created lacks any logic or believability.

OK for Netflix Blu-ray rental (again, those landscapes!), but your kids will probably forget about it right after the end credits stopped rolling. Mine had.

Animation demo reel (IMDB: 4)

On: 8/31/2010 12:00:00 AM By: mail-3247
A French animation company decided to do a passion project, to show off their animating skills and make a few bucks along the way. They get some financial backing from French government and do everything in-house, using own resources and hiring few American voices to have international appeal.

At least, that how this movie comes across.

It has awesome visuals, landscapes and lighting effects are very imaginative and top notch. I guess that's what these guys do for living. Everything else is half-baked: characters are flat and uninteresting, story is done with the use of Disney cookie-cutter and the world they created lacks any logic or believability.

OK for Netflix Blu-ray rental (again, those landscapes!), but your kids will probably forget about it right after the end credits stopped rolling. Mine had.

(IMDB: 8/10)

On: 7/25/2009 12:00:00 AM By: Alex M. Lehmann
After watching the trailer I was surprised this movie never made itinto theaters, so I ordered the BluRay. I had a great time watching itand have to say that this movie is better than some major animationmovies out there. Of course, it has its flaws but I can still reallyrecommend it. The animation is well done, very entertaining and uniqueand the story kept me watching it all the way to the end. Some of thebackdrops are just drop-dead gorgeous and you can see the French talentbehind it. I thought that Forest Whitaker's performance feels a bitlifeless but that is how the character Lian-Chu is depicted in thismovie. So overall, thumbs up, I liked it a lot and I hope it issuccessful enough for all the studios involved to continue making greatmovies like this. I would recommend to give it a chance and besurprised how great a movie can be with such a small budget. Hektoralone is worth watching the movie since some of his moments areStitch-like hilarious.

Really enjoyable (IMDB: 8)

On: 7/25/2009 12:00:00 AM By: AlexMLehmann
After watching the trailer I was surprised this movie never made it into theaters, so I ordered the BluRay. I had a great time watching it and have to say that this movie is better than some major animation movies out there. Of course, it has its flaws but I can still really recommend it. The animation is well done, very entertaining and unique and the story kept me watching it all the way to the end. Some of the backdrops are just drop-dead gorgeous and you can see the French talent behind it. I thought that Forest Whitaker's performance feels a bit lifeless but that is how the character Lian-Chu is depicted in this movie. So overall, thumbs up, I liked it a lot and I hope it is successful enough for all the studios involved to continue making great movies like this. I would recommend to give it a chance and be surprised how great a movie can be with such a small budget. Hektor alone is worth watching the movie since some of his moments are Stitch-like hilarious.

Almost brilliant (IMDB: 8)

On: 7/18/2009 12:00:00 AM By: Christian Baer (Gullytrotter)
When you start watching this animation-masterpiece, you quickly notice, that it's a European production. Although the Europeans have (sadly) integrated some of the clichés you would normally find in an American production of this kind, most are missing. One of these is that there is an overwhelming evil that only our (very few and very unlikely) heroes can vanquish. Another is that one of the group is only in the business for the money, is greedy, runs away when the heat is up but somehow gives in to his better nature. This movie would have been better off without both.

The movie is based upon a TV-Series that was out four years before the movie. Unlike the movie, the TV-Series is a cartoon and not a computer animation. At first I thought the computer would kill the charm and character of the plot but I was quickliy convinced: Whoever did the animation knew his or her stuff! Although the characters are obviously fictional (in stills they don't even look real), they seem as alive and sentient as the audience following their quest. Making characters who by "normal" standards could be considered deformed (those micro-legs could never carry that giant body let alone make it jump) so alive and lovable is more than "just a highlight"! The creation of the world is another masterpiece. Not so much because of its looks but because of the inventiveness of it. The world our heroes travel is not solid like our own but is made of many pieces of land varying in shape and size that seem to be floating in mid air. When a person steps on a smaller fragment of ground, it nods a little bit as if feathering from the weight. In some cases up and down no longer apply but our heroes still manage to get a foothold somewhere. Although the world of floating islands is completely surreal, in this movie it is absolutely believable and after a short time it doesn't seem any weirder than running into a car somewhere in New York.

I wrote that the looks of the world aren't as breathtaking as the idea. As true as that might be to my mind, the quality of the world, the characters and the attention to details is staggering. Although the faces of the characters have relatively few attributes, emotions can be read as clearly as in Sean Connery's or Dustin Hoffman's face. The world around the characters is wonderfully colourful and no two settings are alike. The background is always in motion, something is always going on which makes the world seem even more alive. If you stop the movie and look at the background you will be surprised how many details you can find.

The existence of Hector actually puts the cherry on top. Hector is a furry little "thing" (possibly the equivalent of a dog in our world) who is totally lovable and extremely funny. Although he isn't really important for the main plot, he would be missed like Scrat would be in Ice Age. The really cool thing about Hector is that you need to speak Gibberish to understand him.

If the movie is so great, why didn't I give it 10 stars? Well, the plot in itself was rather thin. Two hunters are sent out to rescue the world from a really bad dragon who wants to swallow the world, isn't really original. That in itself wouldn't be much of a problem. What I missed was the background information. What kind of a dragon was this and why did it look that way? I love mythical stories but if they get too thin then they seem to be written after the movie is finished in a feeble attempt to give the whole thing some depth.

Another thing I didn't like was Zoé. Although a little girl like her could be considered adorable, she was somewhat of a pain in this movie. She seemed pretty resistant to all types of learning about reality, kept dreaming of some hero from a story book and basically slowed the others down. She would have been OK if she had developed a little more and a little earlier in the movie - or had been less of a girly to start with. To me the idea of this girl who was there to twist the story a little backfired on the writers.

All in all, this is a really good movie for just about all ages.

Almost brilliant (IMDB: 8)

On: 7/18/2009 12:00:00 AM By: Gullytrotter
When you start watching this animation-masterpiece, you quickly notice, that it's a European production. Although the Europeans have (sadly) integrated some of the clichés you would normally find in an American production of this kind, most are missing. One of these is that there is an overwhelming evil that only our (very few and very unlikely) heroes can vanquish. Another is that one of the group is only in the business for the money, is greedy, runs away when the heat is up but somehow gives in to his better nature. This movie would have been better off without both.

The movie is based upon a TV-Series that was out four years before the movie. Unlike the movie, the TV-Series is a cartoon and not a computer animation. At first I thought the computer would kill the charm and character of the plot but I was quickliy convinced: Whoever did the animation knew his or her stuff! Although the characters are obviously fictional (in stills they don't even look real), they seem as alive and sentient as the audience following their quest. Making characters who by "normal" standards could be considered deformed (those micro-legs could never carry that giant body let alone make it jump) so alive and lovable is more than "just a highlight"! The creation of the world is another masterpiece. Not so much because of its looks but because of the inventiveness of it. The world our heroes travel is not solid like our own but is made of many pieces of land varying in shape and size that seem to be floating in mid air. When a person steps on a smaller fragment of ground, it nods a little bit as if feathering from the weight. In some cases up and down no longer apply but our heroes still manage to get a foothold somewhere. Although the world of floating islands is completely surreal, in this movie it is absolutely believable and after a short time it doesn't seem any weirder than running into a car somewhere in New York.

I wrote that the looks of the world aren't as breathtaking as the idea. As true as that might be to my mind, the quality of the world, the characters and the attention to details is staggering. Although the faces of the characters have relatively few attributes, emotions can be read as clearly as in Sean Connery's or Dustin Hoffman's face. The world around the characters is wonderfully colourful and no two settings are alike. The background is always in motion, something is always going on which makes the world seem even more alive. If you stop the movie and look at the background you will be surprised how many details you can find.

The existence of Hector actually puts the cherry on top. Hector is a furry little "thing" (possibly the equivalent of a dog in our world) who is totally lovable and extremely funny. Although he isn't really important for the main plot, he would be missed like Scrat would be in Ice Age. The really cool thing about Hector is that you need to speak Gibberish to understand him.

If the movie is so great, why didn't I give it 10 stars? Well, the plot in itself was rather thin. Two hunters are sent out to rescue the world from a really bad dragon who wants to swallow the world, isn't really original. That in itself wouldn't be much of a problem. What I missed was the background information. What kind of a dragon was this and why did it look that way? I love mythical stories but if they get too thin then they seem to be written after the movie is finished in a feeble attempt to give the whole thing some depth.

Another thing I didn't like was Zoé. Although a little girl like her could be considered adorable, she was somewhat of a pain in this movie. She seemed pretty resistant to all types of learning about reality, kept dreaming of some hero from a story book and basically slowed the others down. She would have been OK if she had developed a little more and a little earlier in the movie - or had been less of a girly to start with. To me the idea of this girl who was there to twist the story a little backfired on the writers.

All in all, this is a really good movie for just about all ages.

Truly awful! (IMDB: 2)

On: 1/7/2009 12:00:00 AM By: Takenu
Oh my. How can they make movies of such beauty, but that are so terribly bad. I mean, even Uwe Boll doesn't make crap like this. There is not even a hint of a decent story, multi-layered characters, or attraction. It's just a random sequence of pointless chatter joined together to make a 'movie'. I suppose only children up to 3 years of age could enjoy it, given the world is so utterly dimensionless and the story so incoherent, that anyone older would be annoyed by it. But then again, it's far too scary for anyone under 6 years of age, that there's probably no one that should watch this movie at all.

Take my advice and stay far, far away from this movie. Your little daughter can make a better storyline, and though she probably isn't able to draw pictures this pretty, her tales are much more worth listening to. And please, in the name of whoever you believe in, do not expose your children to this piece of ****. I'll give it 2 out of 10, and that's exclusively for the graphics, because the story and character development are so awful they'd deserve a negative rating.

And if you decide to watch it anyways... remember that I warned you.

Pretty graphics, rather average story (IMDB: 7)

On: 11/29/2008 12:00:00 AM By: siderite
The world of the Dragon Hunters is a 3D gravity challenged world. Planetoids, bits of buildings and strange flat plants float around in the atmosphere while the ground towards most of the characters are falling is nowhere to be seen. It is a world reminiscent of Neverending Story, when the Nothing came to eat the world away.

Funny enough, the villain here is the World Gobbler, as well. This time it is a huge skeleton dragon with fiery eyes. The heroes are a big yet taciturn warrior, an annoying and greedy sidekick managing the entrepreneurial side of the duo and a strange useless animal. They are joined by the most talkative little girl in the world who, to my chagrin, did not die a horrible painful and hopefully early death.

The animation is great. The voices and the sounds are top notch. Too bad the story is as simple as one can possibly imagine. They go to stop the World Gobbler, they reach him almost immediately, they defeat him. The end. No real character development or story twists. Not even the ones I would expect from a movie with such a plot.

Bottom line: it's a cute thing to watch, kids would probably enjoy it, but that's about it. No depth to this world (pun intended).

(IMDB: 8/10)

On: 10/12/2008 12:00:00 AM By: DICK STEEL
My first impression would be this is Beowulf only with all the goodbits of fighting Grendel and dragons intact, making it one thrill ridefrom start to end. Written by Frederic Lanoir and Arthur Qwak, the twoof them had created a fantastical landscape that becomes a character initself within their story, with its ever changing environment made upof small spheres of land floating around, which can either bewastelands, or globes of greenery.

The story's a simple one, which tells of a land which is cowering inthe expectation of a mighty dragon's unwanted visit to plunder anddestroy, and the resident knights have all but been annihilated. Enterthe king's granddaughter Zoe (Marie Drion) who gathers Lian-Chu(Vincent Lindon), a huge brute with immense strength but truly a gentlegiant, and his partner-in-arms Gwizdo (Patrick Timsit), who balancesthe partnership with his cunning brain. Lian-Chu and Gwizdo (togetherwith their pet creature which too proudly spews incipient fires) sharea common dream of owning a farm land and spending idyllic days tendingto their farm animals in retirement, but in order to do that comes therequirement of being financially free, hence their career inmonster-extermination which doesn't exactly pay off.

That's basically the whole gist of it, but what makes this film aspectacle, is its CG graphics, which is solidly rich, detailed, and aneye-popping marvel to behold. It has some wonderfully crafted setaction pieces that were painstakingly designed to draw you into thethick of the action,, and during those fight sequences, there's nary aboring moment. Photo-realistic moments of non-existent landscapes makeyou put aside the fantasy of make-belief, and it's easy to be in awe ofthe landscape which goes beyond the usual three-suns and a kaleidoscopeof flying thingamajigs (here's having at you George!) And I couldn'tget enough of the finale battle as well, though the usual brick-batswill find some fault at the indestructibility of the principlecharacters.

I guess this film had opened my eyes that there are many morecomputer-animated companies out there around the world that havequality in their product to match that of Pixar's. And this isdefinitely a movie that the local filmmakers of Zodiac: The Race Beginsand Legend of the Sea can learn from – to keep the story effectivelysimple, and let your moving artwork do all the talking. Definitelyhighly recommended!

(IMDB: 8/10)

On: 10/9/2008 12:00:00 AM By: Erik
This movie took my breath away at some points, I simply loved it!

I admit that the character dialogs and storyline could have been done abit better, but hey, this is just a simple (short) story of a couple ofguys trying to slain a dragon, there's nothing more to it!

The overall design, atmosphere, the beautiful landscapes... it's alljust magical!

They've put a lot of love in this movie. Character designs were greatand funny. A bit Tim Burton-ish if you like. I can recommend this movieto anyone interested in great design, displayed in a simple small, butlovely story.

Loved it! (IMDB: 8)

On: 10/9/2008 12:00:00 AM By: nieuwenhuis
This movie took my breath away at some points, I simply loved it!

I admit that the character dialogs and storyline could have been done a bit better, but hey, this is just a simple (short) story of a couple of guys trying to slain a dragon, there's nothing more to it!

The overall design, atmosphere, the beautiful landscapes... it's all just magical!

They've put a lot of love in this movie. Character designs were great and funny. A bit Tim Burton-ish if you like. I can recommend this movie to anyone interested in great design, displayed in a simple small, but lovely story.