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21 January 2015 à 15:44

Review of "Dip N' Dance" by Eduardo Mórlan

Eduardo Morlan has been a member of the Social Networks Jury since the first edition of the festival. This year, in celebration of the festival's 5th anniversary, we have given him carte blanche to review the short films in competition.

Today's review

Dip N’ Dance

France, 2013.
Dir.: Hugo Cierzniak.
Color, 6’15”.
Humorous Animated Film.
Rating: 4/5

“Everything is funny and laughable as long as it does not happen to me” is a quote that I have heard quite often… and watching “Dip N’ Dance” is veritable evidence of its truth. This film establishes a very noticeable contrast with “A Town Called Panic: The Christmas Log”, which is a marvelous stop-motion animation taking too much effort, but which fails trying to attract young public and it is too long and exaggerated.

A work to be admired several times and laugh louder each one of them, this small animation gem is another fine film to be shown in the 5th edition of MyFFF. Do not miss it!

Review by Eduardo Mórlan

Author : Communications

Latest update : 14 April 2015 à 15:44 CEST

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MyFrenchFilmFestival - 2015

Type : UniFrance festival

Theme : French films