Fine

Fine by Virgilio Villoresi



'Fine is the story of birth, life and death of a soldier, represented on a hand (mine, for instance). The movie is inspired by the concept of handpainting, very close to the works of italian artist Mariotti and the finger videos movement. Dedicated transitions created with the technique of the shuft pan has been used to create a true cinematografic editing through the hand. Both the initial and final soundtrack, as well as the military salute of the last scene are a hommage to Jiri Trnka's masterpiece "The Hand".'

A fun version of finger puppets by Virgilio Villoresi


By: Lisa
Posted: Fri 9th Mar 2012

Tags: Motion, finger puppets., hands, Painting

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