The House (2022) 1080p

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Genres:
Animation | Comedy
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1920*1072
Size:
1.80G
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1080p
Frame Rate:
24 fps
Language:
English 5.1  
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0 min
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0 / 10 
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Movie Description:
Across different eras, a poor family, an anxious developer and a fed-up landlady become tied to the same mysterious house in this animated dark comedy.

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    Ten-year old Agathe-Christine, or simply AC, prefers to be on her own. AC fancy mysteries, and from the basement in the building, where she has just moved in, she has established a small detective bureau. AC's first mystery appears to be simple to solve, but before long AC finds herself involved in a much more complicated affair, than she could have ever foreseen.

Reviews

Wonderful

Wonderful, there's not much more to say about this beautifully crafted project. The idea is very beautiful: different stories set in the same place and the realization is wonderful, really entertaining and beautiful.

One house, three eras, three stories

Summary

A house, three eras and three stories that range from terror to black humor, filmed in wonderful stop-motion animation that achieves images of great beauty, plasticity and detail.

Review

The House is a series of three British medium-length films shot with the stop-motion technique that take place in the same house, but in three different times. The first in the nineteenth century, the second today and the third in a probable future that looks timeless.

The inhabitants of the houses are also different. In the first case, they are human beings, in the second, anthropomorphic rats and in the third, idem cats.

The first story (directed by Emma De Swaef and Marc James Roelses) is the best and most powerful of the three. A poor family accepts an architect's offer to move into the house in question, much larger and more comfortable than the one in which they lived. The atmosphere of the story is of a very successful Victorian horror with surreal touches.

In the second (directed by Niki Lindroth von Bahr), a real estate agent is preparing the house, turning it into one of the very modern "smart houses" and organizes a meeting of potential buyers that ends up getting complicated; the tone is more humorous, but with black, horror and absurd overtones.

In the last one (directed by Paloma Baeza), the house is surrounded by water and the owner must deal with very particular tenants while she tries to restore it. A more sentimental tone predominates here and shares thematic elements with the second one. In any case, in the three stories, there is a well-dosed Kafkaesque dynamic that at times overwhelms. Without clarifying which ones, class, environmental and aspirational problems appear, among others.

As for the cast behind the images, the voices of Helena Bonham Carter, Mia Goth, Miranda Richardson, Will Sharpe and Matthew Goode appear, among others.

But the star of the so-called film (actually they are like three episodes of a series) is its visual display: the amazing stop motion technique used throws images of great beauty, plasticity and detail, efficiently accompanied by the music of Gustavo Santaolalla.

Wonderful!!!

I absolutely LOVED The House. The stop motion is absolutely amazing. It's very weird but not too over the top. I actually really enjoyed the stories. The first was the best story, but I also enjoyed the mouse story and cat story. I can't believe how great the animation was. I highly recommend this gem. If you enjoyed Fantastic Mr. Fox, you'd probably enjoy The House.
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