"Is there a meaning to the thousands of wars fought by mankind?"27 January 20136 mins
Is there a meaning to the thousands of wars fought by mankind? - Esiste un senso nelle migliaia di guerre combattute dall'umanità? Played over the second Hungarian Rhapsody by Franz Liszt, simulated with a virtual orchestra by Roberto Frattini, "Rapsodeus" shows the nonsense that lays behind every war fought by mankind. Directed by Bruno Bozzetto. Animated by Studio Alienatio.
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Have you watched Rapsodeus yet? What did you think about it?