8 August 1999 | J. Steed
HAS NOT STAND THE TIME
Too old fashioned fairy tale for children in which the four animals are played by dressed-up grown-ups. The mise-en-scene is adequate, but no more than that, thereby missing the chance to give it an enchanting atmosphere. Tricks are too obvious: when the rooster has to fly, the rope can hardly be missed to be seen! This one has not stand the time and probably only those children without too much experience in watching film and television shall be amused. I could not find any information on the director, but judging from this one he seems a competent amateur.