Destino

Destino

To a song of love lost and rediscovered, a woman sees and undergoes surreal transformations. From the melting clocks and hourglass sand, to the figure rendered in strips, to the character covered in eyeballs, the style and themes of Dalí are clearly recognizable throughout. Destino is an animated short film released in 2003 by The Walt Disney Company. Destino is unique in that its production originally began in 1945, 58 years before its eventual completion. The project was originally a collaboration between Walt Disney and Spanish Surrealist painter Salvador Dalí, and features music written by Mexican songwriter Armando Dominguez and performed by Dora Luz. It was included in the Animation Show of Shows in 2003.

  • Category:Short
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  • Uploader:KimHoaNg
  • Country:France, USA
  • Director:Dominique Monfery
  • Writer:Salvador Dalí (story), John Hench (story)

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Kevin P (ag) wrote: Baked in Brooklyn biedt niets meer dan een teleurstellend uitzicht van een hebberig figuur die egoistische acties verricht om zijn eigen toekomst te verzekeren. Het is moeilijk sympathie te hebben met zo iemand, en nog ongeloofwaardiger dan het dit personage allemaal overkomt in de manier dat het doet !

Dave G (ag) wrote: Elizabeth Olsen is exceptional in this psychological drama. She demonstrates her range and you truly feel her fear and confusion. What some may consider a dull film, you are transfixed on Olsen and through facial expressions understNd what she is going through. This film proves that we will be talking about Elizabeth Olsen for years to come.

Ciolacu G (au) wrote: "A kingdom of wounded and dying animals - that is, animals of the most vicious, dangerous kind - is what director David Michd portrays here, and this is maybe the nearest we're going to get to an Australian GoodFellas."

Amanda H (mx) wrote: I was ready to hate this movie until I saw the last ten minutes or so of it. For the most part, it's just regurgitated slasher flick crap. Then it goes off in a totally different direction at the end and redeems itself. Unfortunately the rest of the movie is bad enough that the ending doesn't make it worthy of much acclaim. Thomas Jane is better off acting.

Murat C (au) wrote: low budget well drama and rich context...

Kevin B (mx) wrote: I'm only giving this three stars because I love Albert Brooks...and Muslims.

Kendall G (nl) wrote: This turgid film is pure disappointment both for sports aficionados, as well as the gay mainstream. Fraught with cliches, it completely dispels with depth and emotional sincerity in favor of a few hollow laughs.

Vishal V (ru) wrote: A real out of time situation Denzel was in this one which produced some really gripping scenes. Predictable ending, Predictable setup. Visually poor. A fine thriller. Bollywood movie Zehar was ripped from this.

Andy C (it) wrote: The story is much better than the first but Andrew Divoff, as the evil Djinn, is rather weak and makes for a rather goofy villain.

James R (gb) wrote: I just love time travel stories and if you do too this will not disappoint you. I thought they did a nice job of coordinating past, present and future events and paradoxes. Cast played parts very well, and mixed some humor in with the story. -- enjoyable --

Jose S (ca) wrote: Pretty good movie. Halfway beetween Hitchcock and italian neorrealism.

Shane W (fr) wrote: Like many skillfully crafted epics, Cold Mountain is fully equipped to tackle a sweeping message about life and love. Unfortunately, it's one that loses some of its force due to a lack of focus. Nevertheless, Cold Mountain is full of first rate performances that make it a worthy addition to anyone's film collection. As for me, the next time I want to watch a Nicole Kidman movie with wide scope and ambition, I'll stick to Far and Away.