Animation: Da Hai 大海 (preview)

Da Hai (Big Sea); preview; full release planned for 2012.


An award winner at the Seoul International Cartoon & Animation Festival 2010. A film by B&T Studio (BeiJing).


In Da Hai, viewers are acquainted with characters and deities who are charismatic, flippant, heartbroken, stoic, and all other manners appropriate for an epic fantasy about the emotional inclinations of gods and men ...


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