'Happy Place' by Jeevan Nathan S - SIFF

Jeevan breaks the visual pattern of the afternoon's screenings with a film that features some remarkable black pencil drawings. Pardon me if the comment sounds 'trivialising', but the pencil masterpieces made the film quite a treat after seeing quite a bevy of bad camera angles. The film is about a brother who tries to save his dying sister from a very dark and apparently 'evil' house. Taking her away, he then brings her to the 'Happy Place' (sounds like MacDonalds!). If the quality of bed linen and duvets are measured by threadcount, I am not what you call the number of evolving frames for animation. It seemed like a lot and the overall animation was very smooth and sleek.
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