The protagonist, who has a too big body for the house, goes through all sorts of hardships outside the house, and finally finds the house fit for the body.
This is like a beautiful pop-up book that you read page by page with excitement. After he leaves home, he confronts a series of obstacles. As he climbs up the mountain and overcomes each obstacle, like completing a quest, viewers are absorbed into the story and join the adventure. After setting off to find a twinkle from a distance, the giant finally finds out what it is after a long journey and returns home. The narrative is similar to the lesson from the bluebird story. Once he comes back, he finds home more relaxing than before. Black and white contrast and the limited use of color, such as blue and yellow, are enough to create beautiful and rich textures than any colorful films. The clever use of music and sound of A blue giant makes it more impressive and memorable. (LEE Eunsun)
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