Marcel the shell with shoes in review

Marcel the Shell With Shoes On was reviewed from the SXSW Film Festival.

Marcel the Shell With Shoes On is independent studio A24’s acclaimed first foray into family films. in common with the works of Hayao Miyazaki and Isao Takahata as Christopher Guest. Although it’s a bit rambling and aimless at times, it provides enough heart, laughs, and cute animated characters doing pretty animated things to appeal to audiences of all ages.

Based on the 2010 short of the same name, Marcel the Shell With Shoes On follows Dean, played by director and co-writer Dean Fleischer-Camp, a man living in an AirBnb as he discovers his life. He is also an amateur documentarian, and when he discovers that his new residence is also inhabited by a seashell, which, yes, has shoes, and also a single googly eye, Dean decides to record his antics and upload them to the Internet. . What follows is essentially a mockumentary made up of dozens of short videos that Dean shot over the course of two years, as Marcel experiences life, fame, and also tries to find his lost family.

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