13 October 2019 | Animany94
Entertaining take on fairy-tale puppetry.
Princes & Princesses was interesting, because you don't see that kind of animated fare every day in this time of computer animated movie making all around.
Even if I don't know if this kind of story telling have the biggest fanbase around the world, I can say that I found it charming in the mix of a basic fairy-tale formula used with an outside premise tying the segments together in a funny way.
As an homage to the oldest surviving animated movie, the 1926 shadow puppet animated Adventures Of Prince Achmed, the magic is strong in this one with gorgeous art, atmospheric music and enthusiastic voice work even though the fanbase may be small.