Amazing story, with a colourful and memorable cast of characters. The actors' performance was good, nothing too outstanding, but good, I'd say. The way the story unfolded was done really well, and there was always that little speck of ambiguity around everything, making the viewing experience itself very enjoyable. The final act was crazy, and the way in which it incorporated elements from earlier in the film was very well done. The brutality of the prison system was also very…
Great acting, you could really feel the emotion the actors were conveying. A very satisfying story that managed to be both gruesome, hilarious and touching at the same time. The tonal diversity is my favourite aspect of it, as I feel that a lot of western cinema is too focused on tonal consistency, even though that's not realistic at all. I know myself that I can very quickly shuffle through different emotions in short spans of time, so a story…
Absolutely phenomenal acting, and the dialouge is super well written. The movie knows perfectly well when to be funny, and when to be dramatic, as it has a tight balance between the two. The character drama is also done very well, especially the relationship between the teacher and the guy in the jeans jacket. The lunch break scene and the final act was also a joy to behold. One of my favourite movies so far, loved it.
I don't remember any character names, but that doesn't really matter.
Phenomanal animation, and even though the audio quality isn't that good, the great voice acting manages to shine through nontheless. The character designs are simple, yet beautiful, and there is loads of expressive animation. The visuals and aesthethic are my favourite part though, I just love it so much. Everyone should watch this, it's great!