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“They won’t be happy to say that, but I can’t be fired for it, just as those who dared to criticize were fired. Someone has to say this is a very wrong direction. That is not to be done ” Marcell Jankovics told the Answer Online about the Hungarian research animated film The Battle of Bratislava.
According to Jankovics, “we have almost no information about the battle of Bratislava”, “there is no“ story at all on the subject that can be authentically grounded ”. He said that although “legitimate criticisms are mainly about the way he approached and the Hungarian-Hun kinship he snuck into the film,” he was less affected by the film’s visuals. “The stiff-faced puppets, the deer horses. The horses were indeed buried in the tomb by the Scythians by placing wild goat horns on them, but this would not have worked in battle, because if the horse twitched his head one, he would already stab his own master in the heart ”.
He said that the director of the film, Tamás Baltavári, had previously sent him his first work, which was about running in Győr, according to him, “it was very good for the beginning”, but since then “nothing has improved”.
“I appreciate the good intentions, but the unpretentiousness of the construction, the sight of the terrible amount of futile work invested in it is depressing.”
Said Jankovics, who also talked about Kásler’s dream, that is, putting together the bones of King Matthias. He put it as “impressing as an opportunity,” but another question is that he doesn’t know how many years it will take “before they can pick Matthias from those forty thousand vomit bones,” but he feels “good intentions” in that.
His new all-night animated film, Toldi, is coming out these days, the first of his work to be “pure digital animation”.
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