Mary and Max
Toni Collette, Phillip Seymour Hoffman, Barry Humphries, Eric Bana
A work of stop-motion genius: witty, moving and utterly idiosyncratic.
This film is not suitable for children.
Screening with Horn Dog - Bill Plympton | USA | 2009 | 6 min
From the dazzling imagination of Adam Elliot – an Oscar®- winner for the short Harvie Krumpet (EIFF 2003) – comes a dark but lovable tale of friendship against all odds. Australian schoolgirl Mary inadvertently becomes penpal to Max, a middle-aged, obese New Yorker with a unique mindset. Mismatched as they are, their connection endures… A work of stunning visual and narrative invention.
#1/ Saturday 20 June, 2009 / 23:29 GMTI really loved this film - great laughs, touching story and wonderful animation.
#2 / Monday 22 June, 2009 / 12:19 GMTA beautiful film that is full of humour, great characterisation and a storyline that keeps you guessing to the end. Recommended.
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