Saturday, November 13, 2010

When a Cartoon Aimed to Be Art

Edward Copeland on Film: When a Cartoon Aimed to Be Art "In honor of the 70th anniversary of Walt Disney’s Fantasia, film critic Matt Zoller Seitz watched and discussed the film with his daughter, Hannah, age 13. The format was somewhat less than ideal — an old VHS cassette that hadn’t been touched in more than a decade — but it was enough to jog dad’s memory"


Rich Salz said...

"Sorry I like factuality"

Me too. I don't believe this is the text of a 13 year old girl.

Howard said...

Yeah that jumped out at me too, as well as a few others. Still I found it entertaining.

MATT: An orchestral version of Bach's organ piece Toccata in Fugue opens the film. You may recognize this piece of music from....

HANNAH: Every horror movie ever made...?

HANNAH: The contrast is more apparent in this movie. I mean, we've gone from unicorns and meadows to a satanic apocalypse.