Wednesday, January 14, 2009
The diﬀerent elements of each animation feature of Disney Golden Age (sound, shape, story development, character personality) were as inextricable as the musical notes in a chord. As intense as these movies are, they all have, yet, the subtlety of harmony, of their elements being in the right measure. Because of this integrity, each one is an authority, a reality of its own right: a work of timeless dimension.
The sense of timelessness is a sense of paradise. The timeless quality of classical Disney animation, the feeling it transmitted of having “always been”, gave the joy of watching it a hint of rediscovery and conﬁrmation.
Posted by Duvivier at 7:53 AM