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It is amazing how sturdy and sassy parents give birth to gentle offspring with a delicate mental organization, ready to just play the piano.
Victor is the young son of a fishmonger. Victoria is the daughter of impoverished aristocrats. By pure chance, they don't just get married, but despite their blind procuration, they really fit together. Both are fragile, shy, indecisive, agreeing to whatever their parents tell them to do, and themselves incapable of decisions or actions.
And then by chance, while rehearsing his vows, Victor puts his bride's ring on a branch in the woods, and it turns out to be the corpse of a long ago deceived bride, who immediately considered herself his lawful wife and dragged the living Victor away to the afterlife.
He was simple and naive on Earth, but such trials hardened his character, and now he is no longer mumble, but a confident young man.
Usually in fairy tales and myths about rebirth and death, the trials are passed, but not at the time of the wedding, but as a stage of growing up (they usually had to come to the wedding as men). Recall, too, how one dipped into boiling milk, dead and living water. Or how another would go to Baba-Yaga with his bony leg (the bony leg meant that she had one leg in this world, and the other in this world), and would repeat to the hut 'turn your back to the forest, and turn your back to me'. But at the wedding more often about the girls said that they are reborn in a new status.
By the way, it is interesting that Victoria, while waiting for her missing husband did not sob in three streams, did not lie flaccid rag in a fit of hysteria, and quietly embroidered! There it is, the power of calm and trust in fate!
Tim Burton decided to take these transcendent practices into his cartoon as well.
The herald and the dead cabman have a separate role. The overly direct and unintelligent delivery of information almost turns the couple into Romeo and Juliet. A perfect allegory for all modern media.
But a successful combination of events leads to the fact that the initiation was successful, and then the young people have already decided whether they want to forget everything, forgive each other the contrived events and be together in a new capacity and status.
While I was still watching it, I was amazed at the amazingly detailed rendering and it was only when I read the details on Kinopoint that I realized it was a frame-by-frame puppet movie! It certainly amazed me...a tremendous amount of work! And amazing quality
Again, every Tim Burton work is a reason to think about death, about living it, to talk about it with children not in terms of tragedy, but as a new phase of the soul.
In my opinion, it's the perfect cartoon for anyone from 5 or 6 years old. Especially when facing death in your life and needing support from the outside world. It's very light and tragedy-free delivered here.