Re: AW: AW: [Flewelling] fairy tales and other blathering
- --- noerml <noerml@...> wrote:
> > LittleI'd love to see that! I saw what I now know is an anime version when I
> >Mermaid, nor anything about that tale and its sad focus. I made one
> >my friends here read the original version -- she ended up in tears,
> >exclaiming, "That's so sad! But beautiful!" One person at a time,
> >always say. :)
> Yeah it is also my favorite one...and gosh...around X-mas
> They broadcasted a wonderful film version. It was just
> soOooo damn god. I cannot describe it, it did not
> Have any special effects, not good costumes, but
> Direction was just awesome!!!!!! Argh...since my
> Da had to record something at the same time i
> Never could get it on tape..but oh well...it was
> Just the way i luv films. Art like, weird
> And most expressive. And all more or less
> In three colors blue green and sunlight, costumes
> Everything..it was just so fantastic ahhh.. *drool*
> Hmm..yeah you guys are prolly wondering what i am
> Talking about, and if you'd see it you'd most certainly
> Hate it *Grin*
> Weird norml
was very little (it made me cry like a baby, just like my other
favorite anime movie of that era, The Last Unicorn), but I've never
really seen a version of it that I really adore.
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- --- In Flewelling@y..., Loireag <loireag@y...> wrote:
> I'd love to see that! I saw what I now know is an anime versionwhen I
> was very little (it made me cry like a baby, just like my otherOh! Oh! I saw that anime version of Little Mermaid! My Dad even made
> favorite anime movie of that era, The Last Unicorn), but I've never
> really seen a version of it that I really adore.
a copy of it for me and I watched it over and over when I was little.