Bit too weird and surreal for me. The pacing was rather slow, and scenes became repetitive & unnecessary. The performances were great though. And I loved that wacky doctor.
An engaging & inspiring real-life story of a man reflecting on his traumatic childhood and spending his life trying to honor the sacrifices made by his family. The format closely follows that of Waltz With Bashir but with slightly less fluid animation and interstitial archival footage. Some of that archival footage feels personal and vital while the rest feels like an unspecific mix of world events that might have been left out (or animated). Some of the early dialogue sounds rather…