For those of us hooked up to Miguelanxo Prado’s atmospheric and, kind of Borgesian graphic novels, animated film ‘De Profundis – The Sound. Miguelanxo Prado (Actor, Director, Host) Rated: Unrated. Format: DVD. Be the first to review this item AT: Goya Awards, From the Sea (De profundis). This Pin was discovered by Julie Foster. Discover (and save!) your own Pins on Pinterest.
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Find showtimes, watch trailers, browse photos, track your Watchlist and rate your favorite movies and TV shows on your phone or tablet! Use the HTML below. Its simplicity is deceptive, for it can draw from the viewer a ‘deep,’ lasting, and contemplative response. Yes No Report this.
And it is a creative voyage of a painter, a game of metaphors. Photos Add Image Add an image Do you have any images for this title? You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. The artist exploring the deep sea wonders: Which villain would come out on top? Start your free trial. She was waiting for her lover, an artist who always wanted to be a sailor so that he could take to the seas with the jellyfish, the starfish and the multi-coloured species he dreamt of in his paintings.
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His over 30 books and comics have been translated into numerous languages and have garnered several awards. His work was never easy to digest to regular comics readers, which is exactly the reason why Prado entered the big league of cartoon artists. Once upon a time there was a house in the middle of the sea where a woman melancholically played the cello as she waited.
Prado is telling a story on Ocean… THE BIG Ocean… scarry… deep… wonderful… cruel… lively… ocean with its rules… ocean with its mythical creatures… bottom of the Ocean as the last harbour for ships… The Ocean…. There, I avoided flaming the previous incredibly obtuse comment. To obtain something close to perfection, we sacrificed style and richness of drawing because you need to have simple styles that favor the process of repetition for the plastic richness of the image flat colors — or almost — without texture, without any question, etc.
De Profundis: The Sound of the Sea
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pradi Edit Details Official Sites: Folks who enjoy art and dreamlike stories will enjoy it. I wanted to renounce the spectacularity of the movement to conserve the plastic richness of the image. Full Cast and Crew. His fascination led him to set out on a journey to discover the thrilling beauty and mysteries of the depths, following which neither of the two were sure if they would meet again.
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Explore popular and recently added TV series available to stream now with Prime Video. De profundis 6. Also in the Sargasso Sea area, is a Casablanca profunris a tiny rock inhabited only by a sensual auburn-haired violist, who serenades passing creatures, including a pod of friendly killer whales.
We need more of this kind of media. A male sketch artist goes down with his ship to a dazzling profindis world, guided by a silent, beautiful mermaid. In some ways the work is a platform for bringing its art and music to the fore, and the animation and story are containers for that: He is one of the best-known and important European comic authors.
Written by David Stevens. Miguelanxo Prado is artist from La Coruna. Also in the Sargasso Sea area, is a Casablanca on a tiny rock inhabited Audible Download Audio Books.
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It is also a history of love that is strange and fantastic. It invokes the format of a dream very effectively to engage viewers in their own relation to dreaming.