Rein Raamat’s Hell adapts the engravings of Estonian graphic artist Eduard Wiiralt into a surreal, grotesque, and heavily sexual animated short. Wiiralt’s three source works, “The Preacher,” “Cabaret,” and “Hell,” date back to the early 1930s and portray a cacophony of bacchanalia, hysteria, and violence in the final years of Estonian independence amid the unrest of the Great Depression and European instability.
Director: Rein Raamat.
Writer: Rein Raamat.
Good animation, very “alive”. Too much of a male sexuality neurosis, but those “tales” must also be allowed to be told, albeit they are being so ever too often. Thanks for sharing!