Tim Burton’s “Vincent”

Vincent
This is fantastic: you can download the wonderful short film Vincent directed by Tim Burton in 1982. The animation tells the history of the young boy Vincent as a poem and is narrated by Vincent Price. The beautiful mise en scène is a mix of classic horror films, expressionism, Alan Poe’s The Raven (cited in the end of the film) and the Burton’s characters style. Believe, if you didn’t see it, you have to see it now. Go download it. (via M Valdemar)

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2 Responses to Tim Burton’s “Vincent”

  1. Alex says:

    it’s BEAUTIFUL!!!

  2. joy montgomery says:

    i love the movie i watch it every day my sister hates it and when i try to watch it my sister runs out of the room screaming

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