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The Hedgehog in the Fog (1975)
    #3873682 - 03/05/05 06:39 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)



Yozhik v Tumane (51.3MB)

Directed by Yuri Norstein
Written by Sergei Kozlov

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There's something magical about this little piece of animation because life, it's the little things :sun:

:heart: :heart: :heart:


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Re: Yozhik v Tumane (1975) [Re: ivi]
    #3873979 - 03/05/05 08:12 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

:smile:



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Re: Yozhik v Tumane (1975) [Re: ivi]
    #3874372 - 03/05/05 09:27 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)



The animation, ?Hedgehog in the Fog?, tells the story of an inquisitive hedgehog passing through a wood to visit his friend the bear cub to count the stars. It has won numerous awards for it?s style and originality after it?s release by Yuri Bonsovich Norstein (1941 - to date) and his small crew at the Soyuzmultfilm studios in Moscow in 1975. ?Hedgehog in the Fog? is the fifth of Norstein?s six completed works. All have a deceptive simplicity, a faux naivet? that begs a deeper understanding of their origins and implications.


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Re: Yozhik v Tumane (1975) [Re: ivi]
    #3874410 - 03/05/05 09:37 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

very interesting. it probably would have been too dark for many as children. however, it left much to the imagination, which I think is important in the development of a person especially children. I took certain things from it now and can relate it to events in my past to a certain degree. thanks for sharing. I have some older Chinese cartoons that are slightly similar and very poetic.


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Re: Yozhik v Tumane (1975) [Re: ricochet]
    #3874873 - 03/05/05 11:11 PM (11 years, 9 months ago)

i liked that


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Re: Yozhik v Tumane (1975) [Re: ricochet]
    #3895884 - 03/10/05 01:37 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

I don't really think it's meant for children audience.


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Re: Yozhik v Tumane (1975) [Re: ivi]
    #3896482 - 03/10/05 05:05 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

I realize that in retrospect. however, I tend to associate non-sexual/non-(dark)comedic cartoons with children. not always but yeah. I just don't see many adults or children alike being into that cartoon. that's not a bad thing at all, but I was just saying if that had been a part of my childhood I'd probably be a lot more fucked up than I am now. I don't think it has enough whatever to make it stand out in my mind currently, though. semi-thought provoking but not mind blowing. :shrug:


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Re: Yozhik v Tumane (1975) [Re: ricochet]
    #3896540 - 03/10/05 06:06 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Quote:

ricochet said:
if that had been a part of my childhood I'd probably be a lot more fucked up than I am now




:lol:

Well, I guess the cartoons vary a lot in different parts of the world and in different times. The things children grow up with :smirk: From Disney's Pocahontas or Little Mermaid to Japanese anime to Hedgehog in the fog. More fucked up? More than what? :wink:


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