And if you're an animation aficionado plan to attend more than once.
Also, sit through the end credits, as the level of detail and imagination in the background visuals --often throwaways or repeats, but not here-- is astounding.
", iii) the whole valley turning green at the end of "Princess Mononoke", and iv) the infinitely graded colors in "Oz the Great and Powerful".
etc.-- are also deployed virtuosic-ally in the places the storyline calls for them.
From my aged (about 60) perspective, it seems suitable and enjoyable for all ages (although it's rated PG) ..not because adults will see a different film as they understand the more salacious meaning of double entendres - there aren't any.
The list of the subjects he was taught was rather shorter but even at them his progress left a lot to be desired.
Lapekas’ parents even had to pay for supportive lessons.
This is without a doubt the most fantastic visual animation I've ever seen.