3 things about Michael Dudok de Wit’s THE RED TURTLE

The Red Turtle [2016]

1. A millipede traverses his foot.
2. They lie on a flattened section of grass and clean fish.
3. He swims to the the crest of a huge wave which is suspended in the air.

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One Response to 3 things about Michael Dudok de Wit’s THE RED TURTLE

  1. Carey says:

    The unfussy, semi-realistic ligne claire (clear line) drawing style is a perfect match for the story, and color is used both expressively and symbolically, the most obvious example being the deep red of the turtle which contrasts with the largely desaturated palette of most of the film.

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