The Life of Death (2012)
Deep in an impenetrable and eerie forest, Death, a shadowy creature like none other, roams the pathless landscape, yearning for the elusive feeling of love. His sight, woeful and shocking, his touch, delicate but baneful; how can such a dreadful entity love, and above all, be loved? Unexpectedly, a swift-footed beautiful doe defies his unwanted powers. Is this the meaning of love?
The death and its delicate touch. The life as a delicate deer. A sort of friendship. In silence, across seasons. And the hang changing everything. Or only reminding old truth and destroyng too fragile hopes. A beautiful film for each scene. Fascinating, tender and touching. Almost, an animated poem.