"...Krabat is the sort of film that reminds children’s films do not necessarily need to be safe or easy or pretty. It comes from an age that recognized that fantasy can be dark and ominous as easily - perhaps even more easily - than beautiful and good. It comes from a world where morals are secondary to survival and young people are stranded, simply left alone to muddle their own way through. Targeted much more to the twelve or thirteen year old set than the six or seven year old bracket that most Hollywood kids films aim for, Krabat is darker and more complex by far than anything you’d see marketed for children on these shores..."How a Coke Machine Fueled the Feud Between Davis and Crawford on Hush...Hush, Sweet Charlotte @ AMC's Monsterfest.
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