Review of “The Snowman” (1982)

Moving picture, 26 minutes

Dianne Jackson (director), Jimmy T. Murakami (director).

The aerial sequences and some of the rosy-cheeked solitary and projected mischief is beautiful, but only the eerie initial flight hints at the possibility of a masterpiece, thanks to Blake’s music. Sadly, it’s all down hill from there.

References here: “Baeus” (1987).

moving picture animation fiction