Come Again in Spring

Come Again in Spring

| 11 min

This gentle tale about mortality works in subliminal ways. When an old man is visited by Death at his home in the meadows, he has to delve deep to secure more time for himself. Does he have the strength to find the answers he needs? Can we negotiate our time on earth? How do we reconcile our mortal fate? A lyrical look at a reality as old as humanity, yet as young as today. Based on a story by Richard Kennedy.

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  • réalisateur
    Belinda Oldford
  • concepteur
    Belinda Oldford
  • animator
    Belinda Oldford
  • musique
    Judith Gruber-Stitzer
  • conception sonore
    Judith Gruber-Stitzer
  • voix
    Jack Duffy
    David Hemblen
  • montage
    Pierre Plouffe
  • directeur technique
    Pierre Plouffe
  • enregistrement du bruitage
    Monique Vézina
  • enregistrement de la musique
    Geoffrey Mitchell
    Sylvain Cajelais
  • ré-enregistrement
    Serge Boivin
    Shelley Craig
  • producteur exécutif
    David Verrall
  • producteur
    Marcy Page

  • Lilofee13

    Thank you, Belinda, for this beautiful and atmospheric movie. I have read the story by Richard Kennedy and love it (like all his stories, especially Amy's Eyes), and would not have believed someone could make a film of it - and NOT spoil it. But you did, congratulations. At first I was first doubting the last scene was equally felicitous or valid as the other 99% of the film - you know, when Death turns into black birds (which is not part of the original story and gives him kind of an evil appearance, though he is just doing his job) but after some consideration, I believe now, it is. For a movie is a movie (is a movie...) - and a book is a book. You found a visual metaphor for the defeat of Death. And although he is, and has to be, kind towards the old man, his ambiguity is present also in the written story. Once again: Congratulations!

    Lilofee13, 22 Oct 2010