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"The Maker" is a five-minute work of stop-motion excellence. It begins with Brothers Quay object uncanniness, shifts into one Frankenstein riff, then another, and then - Just watch it.
Impressive tonal registry, from whimsy to romance to horror.
October 10, 2012 at 08:59 in Film, Gothic | Permalink
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