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Cristóbal León , Joaquín Cociña

克里斯托巴尔·莱昂 雅坤·柯西尼亚

The Wolf House

狼屋

从开篇文献影像中生活在智利南部“殖民地”中满面笑容的德国人,到森林中四处逃窜的小女孩玛丽亚,她躲藏在废旧的屋宇中,恐惧着大野狼的随时侵袭。令人眼花缭乱的手绘定格动画中,图画与光影在墙面上自由舞蹈,家具出现再消失,空间或大或小、伸缩自如,摇曳的人影如疯狂蔓延的枝桠,从地面张牙舞爪地浮现。不久,甚至她自己也开始在摇晃战栗的空间中失去形体,似乎这种种不安都是为了向她诉说些什么。是另一个故事,还是另一道警告?

The stories come in layers. There’s the one narrated at the start, about the joyful community of Germans living in dignity in the south of Chile. It may be set to wholesome archive footage of mountains and rosy cheeks. There’s the story that appears as text on the screen, of a girl from the colony, Maria, who fled into the forest house to avoid punishment, it in turn involves three little pigs and a big bad wolf. In the mesmerizing stop-motion animation, pictures dance across the walls, pieces of furniture appear and disappear, rooms expand and contract, lights flicker, figures sprout from the floor like trees. Soon even she herself and the pigs she finds there begin to lose their stable form. As the house shakes and shudders around her, it’s as if it too is trying to tell her something, another story maybe or just a warning?

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