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Anisha Kunder 6 years ago
Gorgeous and wickedly intelligent
Ivan D'souza over 6 years ago
Nina made a lovely film of her real life experience juxtaposed against a famous Hindu myth
Sara Kaddouri over 7 years ago
I like the generic, but the musical scenes are quite long for the story
Lydia LeVieux over 7 years ago
On my list of "you must see this" movies, for sharing with friends. Absolutely gorgeous.
Annie Brewer over 7 years ago
Beautiful art + beautiful music = an enjoyable 2-hours
Kes Wuffs over 7 years ago
Good music, good art, and an interesting take on the mythology.
Kara Bombell over 7 years ago
great animation/music mash up
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Sita Sings the Blues is a 2008 animated feature film written, directed, produced and animated entirely by American artist Nina Paley (with the exception of some fight animation by Jake Friedman in the "Battle of Lanka" scene), primarily using 2D computer graphics and Flash Animation. It intersperses events from the Ramayana, illustrated conversation between Indian shadow puppets, musical interludes voiced with tracks by Annette Hanshaw and scenes from the artist's own life. The ancient mythological and modern biographical plot are parallel tales, sharing numerous themes. The film uses a pared-down adaptation of the legend that retains many of its finer details while adopting a perspective sympathetic towards Sita; in the director's words, the film is "a tale of truth, justice and a woman’s cry for equal treatment." The plot joins the legend at the exile of prince Rama from his father's court, at the behest of his father's favorite queen, Kaikeyi. Having earned the right to any single...
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