jueves, 20 de septiembre de 2012

Canis Lupus

Kyle: ¡No volteen!
Fox: ¡¿Qué?! [se gira] 
Fox: Pero ¿de dónde salió? ...¿De dónde vienes?
Fox: ¿Qué haces aquí? 
Fox: [lo señala] ¡Canis Lupus! [se señala] ¡Vulpes Vulpes!
Fox: Parece ser que no habla español ni latín
Fox: Pensez-vous que l'hiver será rude? 
Fox: Le estoy preguntando si cree que tendremos un invierno duro, parece que no sabe
Fox: ¡Le tengo fobia a los lobos!
Fox: [Lagrimea un poco] [le alza el puño]
Wolf: [Devuelve el saludo]
Fox: Qué criatura más bella... deseenle suerte chicos
Kyle: ¡Buena suerte!
Ash: ¡Buena suerte, amigo!
Kristofferson: Que tengas suerte allá afuera

Fantastic Mr. Fox, Dirigida por Wes Anderson

”He fears the lone wolf as he is a family man, his phobia is that of being alone. But he admires the lone wolf, the wolf’s freedom, and he feels an urge like a pull to be like the wolf when he sees it. He respects the lone wolf and says, “wish him luck”, as he knows lonliness is not something to wish for, but he also feels the romantic sense of freedom within lonliness, but doesn’t quite understand why anyone would choose such a life. But he admires it.”

''This scene basically sums up the whole point of the film. The characters talk, wear clothes and live in houses. They are human animals (much like us). This scene represents our fear of the wild and the attempt to reconcile with it and show solidarity with our animal nature.''

''As many here say, the mood as sad as it might seem, to me is just epic, mr fox, who always said he was a wild creature, sees someone truly free and wild, somthing beyond, greater than him.''

¡Homo sapiens, saca tu lado animal, yo'!

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