‘Marona’s Fantastic Tale’ Review: A Dog’s Life for Better or Worse

Source: nytimes.com
Publish Date: June 11, 2020
Author: Teo Bugbee

“The director Anca Damian has a playful drawing style, and her kinetic frames are always creating something new for the audience to enjoy. Images appear pasted together like a collage, with elements assembled from distinct styles. Pen and ink settings — like the lonely alley where Marona takes refuge after being abandoned by Manole (Bruno Salomone), her acrobatic first owner — may be strewn with crayon boxes, which are then packed up into colored marker trucks and driven away.”

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