Film Review: TRAIN, (Israel, Animation/Music Video)

A lovely musical piece childrens’ animation piece, TRAINS describes a parents playtime ritual with their small child. A lovely, beautiful piece bursting with bright watercolors, fun shapes and musical magic, this three minute Israeli film will transport you straight back to childhood.

 

Much like watching fun song from sesame street or your favorite children’s show, TRAINS will sweep you up in it’s joyful, youthful whimsy. If you can remember a time from youth when you became totally engrossed in your play-time, then you can sense the moment TRAINS attempts to capture in its viewers. If you are a kid at heart, it will succeed.

Review by Kierston Drier

Watch the Audience FEEDBACK Video of the Short Film:

TRAIN, 3min., Israel, Animation/Music Video
Directed by Sari Eran Herskovitz“Rakevet” (meaning train in Hebrew), is a music video describing the relationship between a mother and her young child. The stop motion animation combines watercolors and cutouts to express the emotions and the rhythms of their world, flowing between concrete images and abstract forms. The song was created and performed by Sari and Moshe Herskovitz, the animator and her husband, as part of their debut album released in 2016.

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