Trouble Makers (Бедокуры, 1982) by Vadim Kurchevskiy

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Trouble Makers
Бедокуры
Bedokury (ru)
Бедакуры (be)
Бідокури (uk)
Siêu quậy (vi)

Year 1982
Director(s) Kurchevskiy Vadim
Studio(s) Soyuzmultfilm
Language(s) Russian
Genre(s) Comedy
Animation Type(s)  Drawn (cel)
Length 00:09:00
Wordiness 2.62
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Description:

A fantastic cook is unable to cook anything because of a mouse and his cat, who destroy his kitchen. Almost wordless.

 

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1.Admin

As close to "purely for entertainment" as Soviet animation got. This one seems to have no point to it that I can see other than to showcase some funny antics.


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2.Cynir

Well, absurdity and meaninglessness are almost characteristic of films of the 1980s and 1990s. This film reminds me of the Australian children's series I watched as a child. Typically as : Round the Twist. Or : About the Knight Who was not Afraid of Anyone 1.


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3.Admin

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>Well, absurdity and meaninglessness are almost characteristic of films of the 1980s and 1990s.
I can only partly agree. Although there were certainly many of those made, I think that there was also a simultaneous trend for more deep, meaningful films. It was no accident that Aleksandr Petrov got his artistic start precisely in that era...
I think that more than in any other period (especially the late 1980s - in the 1990s, the economic factor made itself felt more and more), it was a time when the directors were answerable only to themselves. They could show their best and worst parts, for good or ill. Such a situation could not last long, and indeed didn't, but there were a lot of interesting films made... alongside pointless ones like this one.


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