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Wonderful Days (Sky Blue)In the future, after the human wold is destroyed by war and pollution, only someone who has the strength and technology to break away from crisis. They build the new city of Ecoban where uses special energy source - the pollutant.Keywords:
Actors of "Wonderful Days (Sky Blue)"
Directors of "Wonderful Days (Sky Blue)"Moon-saeng Kim
Creators of "Wonderful Days (Sky Blue)"Michael KeyesMoon-saeng Kim
Critic Reviews of "Wonderful Days (Sky Blue)"Dallas Morning NewsMarch 31, 2005
A gorgeous work of animation, juxtaposing photo-realistic backgrounds with surrealistic images and actions. It rewards the effort of seeing it on the big screen.Denver PostMarch 25, 2005
The writers leave us little to think about after they've created such blunt stereotypes of the bad and the good.Seattle TimesMarch 18, 2005
Great to look at, but it's more silly than profound.Washington PostMarch 04, 2005
It's a handsome thing, familiar and new at once, thoroughly entertaining if hardly memorable.Washington PostMarch 03, 2005
The more traditionally drawn 2-D human characters are as flat, in every sense of the word, as can be.Detroit Free PressFebruary 25, 2005
Only gets into serious trouble when it focuses on human interaction. That's because directors Moon-saeng Kim and Park Sunmin have populated the movie with every stereotype in Asian animation.Shadows on the WallMay 13, 2005
With livelier, more idiosyncratic voices--as well as more believable dialog--these interesting people and places could have sprung to life in a vivid way.Deseret News, Salt Lake CityApril 15, 2005
Ultimately turns out to be more fascinating as eye candy than as a story.One Guy's OpinionApril 03, 2005
Visually very impressive but cliched and predictable...just another clone of 'Metropolis' that falls far short of its inspiration.Film Journal InternationalMarch 24, 2005
For those appreciative of computer animation, special effects and cinematic production design, Sky Blue will more than suffice as entertainment. Those looking for something lively to watch in the foreground may be disappointed.The Stranger (Seattle, WA)March 17, 2005
Thankfully ... ditches much of the ersatz philosophy and concentrates on pure explodo.Austin ChronicleMarch 06, 2005
A riveting, eco-wise epic that'll do fans of both Ralph Nader and Katsuhiro Otomo proud.
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