The Apple TV + catalog is full of animated content for children and less children, being all the old and new series of Snoopy a good example. And if there are series clearly focused on children like “Little Zen Stories”, there are things that adult audiences shouldn’t ignore, as is the case with ‘Wolfwalkers’.
An Irish legend that convinces and even inspires
The authors of this animated film are the same as those of ‘The Song of the Sea’ and ‘The Secret of the Book of Kells’, Tomm Moore and Ross Stewart. we see the story of Robyn, an Englishwoman who travels with her father to Ireland to hunt a pack of wolves
The film shines with its art. All frames are hand drawn, with a sketch style that even lets you see some basic anatomical lines of characters and settings. The gameplay with 2D perspectives is unique, and the use of colors and strokes is such that it makes you want to open Procreate and start drawing your own lines (and yes, you can).
‘Wolfwalkers’ Deserves All The Nominations And Awards It Has Received
The pacing of the story is well carried, making an hour and three quarters animated film not become boring and clearly differentiate your three acts. All of this makes “Wolfwalkers” a film that deserves all the nominations and awards it has received.
And I know I always say the same thing, but it’s worth watching this movie in its original version to verify as the accents are neat
In the end, ‘Wolfwalkers’ is one of those movies that surprise any adult who is encouraged to see it with children or without them. It’s proof that no one should call animation “childish” or reserve adult animation for something violent like “Invincible.” You will be able to marvel at a folkloric story overflowing with tenderness.
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