Comments: 2
I enjoyed this one, but it was missing something... It was enough to make me really sad and I liked the art well enough, but the animals didn't quite become real characters to me either. Which is a shame. I mean, I supposed they were trying to say these are animals, we're not going to make them human for you to love them. Not like, say, Happy Feet the movie, where apparently the key to making humans care about animals is for them to perform tricks. Still, it should be plenty possible to empathize with animals... I do it all the time.
Precisely. I agree wholeheartedly.