The animated film “Ruben Brandt, Collector”, which was rated “Beyond Imagination,” came from the Hungarian director Milorad Krstic. He loves the art of painting and skillfully incorporates the intense and stimulating crime story into a world-famous painting. The unique “Picasso style” style is even more impressive.
The film is brainy and thrilling. A psychotherapist named Ruben is always infested with a “demonized” painting in his dreams. The only way to get a good night’s sleep is to steal all the famous paintings that invaded his dreams. In order to help Ruben break away from the nightmare, he teamed up with four stunt patients to sneak through the Louvre, Tate Modern Art Museum and other major art galleries. The story unfolds in illusion and reality, and the unique and gorgeous style is eye-catching, which can bring the audience an extraordinary pleasure.
This high-quality film was nominated for the Best Independent Animated Feature Film and Best Editing of the 46th Anniversary Anne Awards, and also nominated the 23rd Golden Satellite Award for Best Anime and the 31st Chicago Film Critics Association Award.