This animated feature was nominated for an Oscar for best animated movie. It is obvious why. The artwork is exquisite, and makes this movie worth of a view. Sometimes the story gets bogged down in the intricate art, but that is OK because the spiraling patterns are so intriguing. This is the story of the creation of the Book of Kell, an illustrated Bible, and national treasure of Ireland, which helped the people of the north through a dark period in their history; when the Abbey of Kells was plundered by Vikings. The movie talks of protection through the word versus high walls. They high walls did not work, but keeping the book safe preserved a culture. In the movie, a mystical forest creature, Aisling (Christin Mooney) a she werewolf, kind a good, assists the young man, Brendan (Evan McGuire) to find a crystal which helps to write the book. Looking through the crystal the intricate patterns and colors are revealed. Both Aisling and Brendan must face their worse fears to make the book a reality.
Very good, I viewed this through Feeln. This artwwork is worthy of your consideration alone. Ross Stewart provided the art direction. I am sure many artists were involved.
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