Movies that shows Animation isn't just for Kids
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Barefoot Gen (1983)
Oh my god! All I'm going to say that this is one of the most depressing movies I ever saw and this made me cried multiple times.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)
The dark themes, religious themes and not to mention "Hellfire".
This features cats being brutal murdered, the main character having strange nightmares, and an scene where two cats did it.
An American Tail (1986)
This one nails what life was during the time people thought of America as a really great place but in reality, it is rough living there. Not to mention this has an depressing feel to it as Fievel looks everywhere for his family nearly almost getting killed many times.
Grave of the Fireflies (1988)
Same reason like the the first one above.
This shows that animation can be much more than be a feature or short and can create alot of possibles.
Perfect Blue (1997)
Kind of like Black Swan in a way.
Do I need to explain about this one.
One Stormy Night (2005)
While having a simple plot, it works well due to the execution of the plot, the main leads are relatable, and the animation have a lot of details and emotion that makes everything work. Most of all, it never insults it's audience.
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