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    Death of a Superhero

    Donald maybe is a eccentric boy in everybody's eyes but he has special imagination and a talent for art that nobody knows. When he gets a dangerous illness which threatens his life, Donald fights against the sickness and understand the meaning of the life with the help of family, friends.
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  • Actors of "Death of a Superhero"

  • Directors of "Death of a Superhero"

    Ian Fitzgibbon. Director of Death of a Superhero
    Ian Fitzgibbon
    Birthdate: 1962, Dublin, Ireland
  • Creators of "Death of a Superhero"

    Anthony McCarten. Director of Death of a Superhero
    Anthony McCarten
  • Critic Reviews of "Death of a Superhero"

    Tom Keogh Seattle Times
    May 03, 2012

    Much of this film quickly vanishes from memory, but there's some gold here. That's pretty much the message about life itself in "Death of a Superhero."

    Andrew Lapin NPR
    May 03, 2012

    Charming, raunchy and improbably uplifting.

    Noel Murray AV Club
    May 03, 2012

    Fitzgibbon's cast is excellent, and the movie's animated interludes liven up what could've been thoroughly pat.

    John Anderson Variety
    February 23, 2012

    Pic sidesteps cloying sentimentality and heavy-handedness with the help of a solid cast.

    Donald Clarke Irish Times
    November 30, 2012

    The latest release from Ian Fitzgibbon, director of A Film with Me in It, does work hard - and responsibly - at injecting colour into this most troubling of scenarios.

    Mike Scott Times-Picayune
    June 22, 2012

    This sick-kid drama is well-made enough, but ultimately too familiar to resonate.

    Perri Nemiroff
    May 02, 2012

    Pairing of drawings and live-action material help us get into Donald's head, but in a tamer manner, something that highlights the hope and makes it an enjoyable watch.

    Kimberly Gadette Doddle
    April 30, 2012

    "A synchronous coming-of-age/coming-of-death story, the teen's complex mindset comes at us by way of an inventive live-action/graphics mix. Like the boy, the film steadfastly steers clear of the mawkish."

    Kenji Fujishima Slant Magazine
    April 28, 2012

    A generally affecting and occasionally insightful drama about the ways people handle an awareness of mortality.

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