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Mr Madila (2015) online
Original Title :
Mr Madila
Genre :
Movie / Documentary / Animation / Short / Comedy
Year :
2015
Directror :
Rory Waudby-Tolley
Cast :
Gary Pillai,Ken Smart
Type :
Movie
Time :
9min
Rating :
7.5/10
Mr Madila (2015) online

Madila, Spiritual Healer, is a man who was advertised to an animation student while he was trying to come up with a final year project. The result of an oddly phrased card was an interview, and this film. The result is funny, creative, and engaging but in a way that is not cruel or condescending (which it could easily have been). Mr. Madila speaks for himself and the animation drifts from the interview room, into the universe, and back. It allows the absurdity of the man to come through, but also the warmth and genuineness - you can see why people both hate and love people such as this

Mr Madila or The Colour of Nothing documents a series of conversations between the film-maker and a gifted spiritual healer, exploring the inner mind, the fabric of the universe, and the nature of reality itself, through the sacred art of animation. We don't have any cast added to this movie.

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A series of everyday metaphysical conversations-about the inner mind, the fabric of the universe, and the nature of reality itself-are revisited between the filmmaker and a gifted spiritual healer through the sacred art of animation. 9 MIN. Comedy about Humanity in Animation. Directed By Rory Waudby-Tolley Produced By Royal College of Art Made In UK. Rob Munday

A documentary filmmaker interviews a gifted spiritual healer, exploring the inner mind, the fabric of the universe, and the nature of reality itself, through the sacred art of animation.
Credited cast:
Gary Pillai Gary Pillai - The Actor
Ken Smart Ken Smart - Mr. Madila


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RuTGamer

RuTGamer

Mr. Madila, Spiritual Healer, is a man who was advertised to an animation student while he was trying to come up with a final year project. The result of an oddly phrased card was an interview, and this film. The result is funny, creative, and engaging but in a way that is not cruel or condescending (which it could easily have been). Mr. Madila speaks for himself and the animation drifts from the interview room, into the universe, and back. It allows the absurdity of the man to come through, but also the warmth and genuineness - you can see why people both hate and love people such as this.

The animation is deceptively simple at times, but is consistently beautiful in its construct and its movement across styles and places. The interview is well done and provides plenty of humor to the piece, but it doesn't mock Madila or the world of the spiritualist (well, even if it does have a bit of fun with it). A creative and funny short film which is well animated off an unusual inspiration.