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Alike Short Film Review (2016) – Father Son Story

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(This is Alike short film review, which is a 2016 short animated film featuring father-son characters)

Alike is an animated short film directed by Daniel Martínez Lara and Rafa Cano Méndez. It is shown in a Spanish film festival and has garnered over 2 million views on Youtube. The contents have no dialogues at all, so it is pretty unique in the story delivery. Without further ado, let’s get into the Alike short film review below!

 

Premise

The basic premise is a simple tale of father and son living in a monotonous society that does not value creativity. Father and son have to live according to society’s expectation, but this causes their relationship to get worse. Could they be able to find a way to restore their love for each other and for themselves?

Alike short film review dad and son
Dad and Son’s different attitudes to life!

 

Alike Short Film Review

I like how the film employs simple character designs and also simple world designs. There are not much colours or some complicated action sequences or mind-blowing graphic in the film. The characters themselves are only of one colour each, while they mostly do simple actions. Story-wise, it’s pretty basic as well and could be slightly cliche in terms of content. However, the execution of the cliche story is pretty well done, but not original.

Facial animations are the priority for the animators and this helps to achieve the feelings they want to invoke on the audiences. Also, the absence of dialogues helps to tell the story through body languages and colours, which could be understood by anyone. Though, the story is not of the typical society vs individual but regarding more of father son’s relationship and how they affect each other indirectly, which is a pretty refreshing theme. This is what the alike short film lesson is supposed to teach us that is quite relatable as well to real life.

 

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Alike Short Film Review (2016) – Father Son Story
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Reader Rating0 Votes0
What's good
Simple relatable tale
Contains a moral lesson
Great animation
Using solely body languages and face expressions to tell the story
What's bad
Soundtracks are a bit of a let down
3.8
Pretty Good!
A simple animation with a moral lesson!
With its simplistic animation and using no dialogues at all to deliver a moral lesson, Alike proves to be an enjoyable watch that is only let down by its soundtrack.
[Alike short film review score table]

 

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Anthony L Tjandra
An everyday guy who is the founder of Controller Companies. He started it when he was frustrated to find that the stuff he bought had no reviews available online. Thus, this website is created with the sole purpose of reviewing stuff that he has seen, bought, used or enjoyed! Now, he is probably doing another review while you are reading this.
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