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also known as Japon de fantasie

Japanese Fantasy1909

  • 3.8
A surreal stop-motion haiku directed by Émile Cohl featuring dolls and insects, masks and mice.

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So beautiful and short...like a visual Haiku.

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So beautiful and short...like a visual Haiku.

1 member likes this review
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As always E. Cole is one of the pioneers his "AUTOMATIC MOVING CO" Is another great poiece by Cole.

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Amazing

Pretty cool, mostly in a historical-artifact sort of way.

like it!

Could this possibly be both the first stop motion film and the first surrealist film in history?