Sztuka spadania (2004)

In an old forgotten military base far from civilization, a group of deranged military officers nurture their insanity.
A volunteer soldier plummets to his death. A photograph is taken and sent by courier to a huge man, who adds it to his macabre collection.
The message behind ‘Fallen Art’ changed during production. At the beginning Tomek Baginski wanted to make just a funny film about the army, but many things happened in the world while the crew was fine-tuning the storyboards.

Fallen Art is an exploration of animation itself, as it is done in very caricaturist CG but has the second level of being something of a stop-motion animation.
The main assumption of the technique used in the film was the combining of the modern language of computer animation with the classical hand painting so that the picture would gain the feeling of an actual painting.

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