This movie is based on texts of Bohumil Hrabal, world-known Czech prosaic. It's a story (in a form of a mosaic of short episodes and pictures) about the sadness and happiness of inhabitants of Kersko (Kersko is a small woody area full of cottages and roods). These people are both simple and sensitive, they have their own pleasures (e.g. Leli is a collector of cheap, but inutile things) and the greatest delight of all of them is a hunting. Crude poetics of amateur hunting is screened by dreamy pictures of this area. Menzel mixes sentimental lyricism and rough (but not vulgar!) humor and the outcome is the never-ending landscape of continuous life in the proximate nearness of nature. The performances of actors are brilliant. Both Rudolf Hrusinsky as a Franz and Jaromír Hanzlik as a Leli have nonrecurring charm bottomed on a pain and inebriation. Only the music is not perfect: Jiri Sust usually assembled his film music from his older works and in this movie there is many quotations. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
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FilmGrinder S (jp) wrote: Capitalism run amuck. If you enjoy a cold one, this is a must on the gander list.
Joe (jp) wrote: Great info...everyone should see it!
Ryan M (it) wrote: 8.3/10 While not as masterful, touching, or funny as "Mary and Max", Adam Elliot's "Harvie Krumpet" is a short film that would have made me want more of his flamboyant oddity. "Harvie Krumpet" manages to teach a solid life lesson-be it familiar-while incorporating a wacky sense of humor into the mix. The stop-motion is good for a first effort, and the story it tells sort of comes out short, sweet, and to the point. And that's what I love about it. Touching, depressing, although undeniably charming and hilarious; "Harvie Krumpet" is a definite must-see for the animation crowd, whether you find the film's daring ambitions to be a selling point or not. Either way, Adam Elliot has something going for him whenever he plans to make something new. I imagine that stop-motion will be his filmmaking life, and I'm OK with that. By all means, I support the man in his quest for furthermore perfection.
TheScarlatescu R (gb) wrote: nice script and cast
tp b (us) wrote: If you like "after the nuclear war"... and typical monsters from the 50's this is quite alright!