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Blood Tea and Red String (2006)
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Director:Christiane Cegavske Writter:Christiane Cegavske  Music by: Mark Growden Running time:71 min  

Country:USA  Genre: Animation | Fantasy  

 
 

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San Francisco Indiefest 2006

Won
Audience Award
Best Animation
Christiane Cegavske 

 

 

 




A handmade stop-motion fairy tale for adults that tells the tale of the struggle between the aristocratic White Mice and the rustic Creatures Who Dwell Under the Oak over the doll of their heart''s desire.


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Stop-motion fairy tale for adults. This dialogue free film tells the tale of the struggle between the aristocratic White Mice and the rustic Creatures Who Dwell Under the Oak over the doll of their heart''s desire. The Mice commission the Oak Dwellers to create a beautiful doll for them. When she is complete, the Creatures fall in love with her and refuse to give her up. Resorting to thievery the Mice abscond with her in the middle of the night. Meet fantastical creatures and view dazzling scenery as the Creatures Who Dwell Under the Oak journey through this mystical land to reclaim their love. See the mice descend into debauchery as they become drunk on blood tea! See what happens when the Oak Dwellers eat the yellow fruit!

Blood Tea and Red String is a stop-motion-animated feature film, called by director Christiane Cegavske a "fairy tale for adults". It was released on February 2, 2006 after a production time of 13 years, having been filmed in various places in the West Coast and in two studios. The musical score was composed and performed by Mark Growden.
Cegavske says in the audio commentary to the DVD for this film that it is to be the first in a trilogy.

Brett D. Rogers of Frames Per Second magazine praised Blood Tea, calling it "exquisitely realized ... an antidote to modern digital precision and diluted creativity." The same review highlighted Mark Growden''s score as suiting the film perfectly, "[w]rapping Blood Tea''s intricate scenery and its characters'' wordless dialect in a lingering, haunting layer of spectral sound."



 

 

 





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