BIRDBOY: THE FORGOTTEN CHILDREN

[PSICONAUTAS: LOS NIÑOS OLVIDADOS]
Dinki is a teenage mouse living on a post-apocalyptic island in a world of anthropomorphic creatures. Fed up with her life at home, she and a group of friends decide to escape the island for life in the fabled big city, but not without her beloved Birdboy, on the lam and nursing a bad drug habit. Cartoonist Alberto Vázquez adapts his graphic novel for the screen, alongside partner Pedro Rivero, to craft a dark and twisted animated feature debut. With two cute hand-drawn leads, who burst into sudden fits of menace and provoke onscreen acts of bloodlust, Vázquez manages to tackle themes of climate change, systemic racism and class warfare. Best Animated Film, 2017 Platino Awards; Best Feature Film, 2016 Cinemania; Best Animated Feature, 2016 Fantasia Film Festival; Official Selection, 2015 San Sebastián Film Festival, 2016 Annecy International Animation Film Festival and Ottawa International Animation Festival. DIR/SCR Pedro Rivero, Alberto Vázquez, from the graphic novel by Vázquez; PROD Farruco Castromán, Carlos Juárez, Luis Tosar. Spain, 2015, color, 76 min. In Spanish with English subtitles. NOT RATED

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76 Minutes
Animation, drama

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