Prekrasnaya Lyukanida (1912)

  |  Animation, Short


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2 bugs fight over a beautiful female bug.


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9 July 2019 | lee_eisenberg
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| a feature, not a bug
One of Wladyslaw Starewicz's stop-motion shorts from pre-revolutionary Russia features a pair of insects vying for a female insect. Like most of his works, "Prekrasnaya Lyukanida" may come across as silly today, but you still have to appreciate the work that he put into it. As it turns out, Starewicz's first passion was entomology, so it makes sense that he often depicted insects. Nothing particularly sophisticated, but enjoyable.

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Genres

Animation | Short

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Release Date:

26 April 1912

Country of Origin

Russia

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