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Picture this: In devastated post-WWII Tokyo, a man stops his bicycle on a street corner.
I think it looks good, but Jane and her friends don't like it.
As the story ends on a dramatic, to-be-continued cliff-hanger, the man packs up his two-wheel theater and pedals away ... At the far too early age of seven I watched Katsuhiro Otomo’s film Akira.
In a time before the internet, my parents had made the mistake of thinking that since it was a cartoon it couldn’t be that bad.
As they gather to see and hear the free show, the man sells them home-made penny candies, including a not-too-sweet taffy that’s pulled and stretched using a chopstick (like today’s movie business, the real money is in the profitable concessions! The paying customers get a front row seat to the performance.
The man slides a sequence of large, colorful panels in the frame “screen” as he tells adventure stories, quizzes the audience, and weaves tales of suspense, all with character voices and sound effects.
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But there’s so much going on here, so much whimsy and weirdness, and some very clever use of pop-up book technology.