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Ari Folman’s “Waltz With Bashir”

05.16.08   |   Posted in: Art & Design   |   By: Toshi Jones
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Waltz with BashirThis years Cannes Film Festival is a buzz with today’s screening of Waltz with Bashir, director Ari Folman’s account drawing from his experiences in the Israeli Defense Force. The story details the Sabra and Shatila camp killings in 1982 from the view of a young Israeli soldier. The film is almost entirely animated and contains the actual voices many of the people depicted in the feature.

Waltz with Bashir

5 Responses to “Ari Folman’s “Waltz With Bashir””

  1. David Says:

    These two images are fantastic, very dark.

  2. Neu Black Says:

    There’s something very “Apocalypse Now” about the first one.

  3. Alex Jones Says:

    Depicting dark subject matter with cartoon like animation is interesting in itself.

  4. loulou Says:

    admirable to bring to life a painful past when one could have left in the tha dark! hope this helps young people to take action a right action in time, not when it is too late

  5. Dave Smith Says:

    Youtube the title and you can check out the trailer and some clips

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