Iranian director makes world-class ‘Let’s Reconcile’ animation

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TEHRAN, Jan. 30 (MNA) – An Iranian animation director has produced a 13-episode animation ‘Let’s Reconcile’ using plastic puppets.

Abdollah Alimorad, an Iranian senior animator told Mehr News that the animation series had been ordered by Hozeh Honari (an organization affiliated with ministry of culture to promote art).

“The animation relates the story of two neighbors’ fights and reconciliations. When the issue of money is at stake, they would quarrel; but when a common enemy appears, they unite and drop their hostilities,” said the director.

“The sound arranging of the animation has just been completed. The animation has used puppets made for stop-motion, where the movements are recorded frame-by-frame,” he said.

“The plastic material has been used to make puppets. It has some advantages over other materials. Working with plastic material is easy, puppets are highly malleable, and when the situation demands, they would be changed easily, and even they could be totally deformed,” Alimorad detailed.

He also said that the music rather than the dialogue along with laughing and mimics conveys the Iranian air of the animation, making it a world-class animation.






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