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Dyah Agustine almost 6 years ago
A true friendship...
Luisa Martiri 6 years ago
This movie will tear your soul apart in the best way possible.
Angeline Schaaf over 6 years ago
Unexpected friendship, human needs, and lots of personality, this is a great movie.
angela silguero over 6 years ago
nope over 6 years ago
perfect story about friendship, sad, tragic and sweet movie.
Taysha Davis over 6 years ago
Stunning. Brought me to tears at several points. Too sad to watch again.
H Marie almost 7 years ago
Dark, but if you like dark, it's fantastic.
Taysha Davis 7 years ago
I cried three times. This film is a work of art I'll never forget.
Professional Moron 7 years ago
Witty, clever, and very inventive. Awesome!
Joseph Ruiz over 7 years ago
You actually get emotionally invested in the characters
Andrea Diaz over 7 years ago
.such a great movie. touching. sad. based on a true story.
Kelsey Calcifer Sissons over 7 years ago
A fantastically told tale of two strangers who end up being the best thing for each other.
Lydia LeVieux over 7 years ago
One of my favorites. On my short list of films to share with friends.
Katherine Maradiaga over 7 years ago
A cute and heartwarming story. Watch for the animation and for Mary and Max themselves.
Ieuan Francis over 7 years ago
Funny, and very tragic. A brilliant film with a charming albeit depressing story.
Enchy Moon over 7 years ago
Dylan Clites over 7 years ago
I give them props for trying something new, but this is depressing just because they can.
Michael Cole over 7 years ago
very depressing, but still an interesting story.
Mark Stanley-Adams over 7 years ago
Funny, Tragic and utterly seductive. Beautiful characters animated beautifully. Watch it!
Aeron Allen almost 8 years ago
An offbeat stop-motion with a lot of heart and charm. Tears will run at the climax.
Mary and Max is a 2009 Australian clay-animated black comedy-drama film written and directed by Adam Elliot and produced by Melanie Coombs. The voice cast included Philip Seymour Hoffman, Toni Collette, Eric Bana, Bethany Whitmore, with narration by Barry Humphries. The film premiered on the opening night of the 2009 Sundance Film Festival. The film won the Annecy Cristal in June 2009 from the Annecy International Animated Film Festival, and Best Animated Feature Film at the Asia Pacific Screen Awards in November 2009. It is 1976, an 8-year-old Mary Daisy Dinkle (Bethany Whitmore) is a lonely little girl living in Mount Waverley, Australia. Her relatively poor family cannot afford to buy her toys or nice clothing, and she is teased by children at her school due to an unfortunate birthmark on her forehead. Her father is distant and her alcoholic, kleptomaniac mother provides no support. The closest thing she has to a friend is the man for whom Mary collects mail, Len Hislop, a Greek...
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