Father and Daughter

From the same director (Michael Dudok de Wit) this is soooooo good.
Nothing without MEANING, that's how it should be.
Note how different the use of timing is than in the Monk and the Fish, its obvious that he is making very deliberate choices about how he is going to use timing and the affect he wants it to have on the audience. As I've been known to say from time to time, its just as important as the drawings (or poses) you use.

1 comment:

Terry said...

Another brilliant film. Michael Dudok de Wit is a genius. I love how he uses space... he uses so many amazing wide shots and really focusses on showing the characters in their environments. When he uses a close-up it really MEANS something.