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Ima li nekog pisca koji je fascinantniji od Kafke?


delaPosted by mathias Fri, March 19, 2010 16:16:42


FRANZ KAFKA. A film about a few years from Kafka's life, based mostly on his DIARIES. "Their language, more chaotic and direct, differs from that of the novels - it is expressive, vivid, often crude, but more than anything very detailed and good at conveying the sensuality of the world. It is Kafka whom we do not know from his short stories or aphorisms - one who loves immersing himself in corporality, in people's physiognomies and smells, in the pathological details of their bodies and dress, and in his own, grotesquely enlarged thinness and his body's proneness to illness ... Here is not the author of well-known novels, but, first of all, a man" (Barbara Kosecka, "Kwartalnik Filmowy", 19-20/1997). Barbara Kosecka's praise for the film: " 'Franz Kafka', a sixteen-minute masterpiece of animation" ("Kino" 2/2002). Awards: 1992 - Polish Filmmakers Association Award for the Best 1990-1991 Animation; Bronze Dragon for Animated Film and International Federation of Film Clubs (FICC) Don Kichote Award at 39th Cracow ISFF; Grand Prix at the Zagreb World Festival of Animated Films; Grand Prix at IAFF in Espinho, Portugal; First Prize for the Best Animated Film and the title of Europe's Best 1991-1992 Animated Film at IFF in Madrid; 1st Prize in the 15-30 minute film category at 4th Animated IFF in Hiroshima; Special Mention at IAFF in Stuttgart; The Young Award for Best Animated Film at ISFF at Oberhausen; Best Drawn Animation Award at International Animation Festival in Ottawa; 1993 - 3rd Prize for the Most Original Film at 10th Odensee IFF; 1st Film Poster Prize at the Annecy IFF

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