Вінсент (мультфільм)

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Вінсент
Vincent
Vincent-1.jpg
Жанр фентезі,
сімейний,
мультфільм,
короткометражка
Режисер Тім Бертон
Автор
сценарію
Тім Бертон
Ролі
озвучували
Вінсент Прайс
Композитор Кен Хілтон
Студія The Walt Disney Company
Країна США США
Тривалість 6 хв.
Рік  1982

«Вінсент» (англ. Vincent) — чорно-білий шестихвилинний мультфільм Тіма Бертона, що з'явився 1982 року. Текст мультфільму читає легендарний актор і кумир Тіма Бертона — Вінсент Прайс.

Сюжет[ред.ред. код]

Вінсент Маллой — семирічний хлопчик, що біжить від звичайного нудного життя в світ фантазій. Там він бачить себе схожим на свого кумира - Вінсента Прайса. Уявляючи себе геніальним злим вченим, у фантазіях він стає власником моторошного музею воскових фігур, господарем кровожерливої собаки-зомбі, чоловіком жінки, похованої живцем ...

Та матір каже хлопцеві, щоб той не вигадував — він не Вінсент Прайс, а Вінсент Маллой, малий хлопчик, тому він має йти гуляти на двір. Проте Вінсент знову бачить собаку-зомбі, чує крики дружини з могили, а будинок починає простягати до нього свої руки. Він намагався врятуватися від жахіття, але безсилим впав на підлогу і встиг процитувати кінцівку «Ворона» По: «І моя душа, що роками прикута до брудної підлоги, із тіні вже не підніметься… ніколи!»

Текст[ред.ред. код]

"... безсилим впав на підлогу ..." (кадр із м/ф)
Вінсент Маллой уявляє себе геніальним злим вченим (кадр із м/ф)

За основу сюжету було взято вірш Тіма Бертона, написаного їм під враженнями від творів Едгара Аллана По, зокрема поеми «Ворона».

Закадровий текст

Vincent Malloy is seven years old,
He's always polite and does what he's told.

For a boy his age he's considerate and nice,
But he wants to be just like Vincent Price.

He doesn't mind living with his sister, dog and cat,
Though he'd rather share a home with spiders and bats.

There he could reflect on the horrors he's invented,
And wander dark hallways alone and tormented.

Vincent is nice when his aunt comes to see him,
But imagines dipping her in wax for his wax museum.

He likes to experiment on his dog Abacrombie,
In the hopes of creating a horrible zombie.

So he and his horrible zombie dog,
Could go searching for victims in the London fog.

His thoughts aren't only of ghoulish crime,
He likes to paint and read to pass the time.

While other kids read books like Go Jane Go,
Vincent's favorite author is Edgar Allen Poe.

One night while reading a gruesome tale,
He read a passage that made him turn pale.

Such horrible news he could not survive,
For his beautiful wife had been buried alive.

He dug out her grave to make sure she was dead,
Unaware that her grave was his mother's flower bed.

His mother sent Vincent off to his room,
He knew he'd been banished to the tower of doom.

Where he was sentenced to spend the rest of his life,
Alone with a portrait of his beautiful wife.

While alone and insane, encased in his tomb,
Vincent's mother suddenly burst into the room.

"If you want to you can go outside and play.
It's sunny outside and a beautiful day."

Vincent tried to talk, but he just couldn't speak,
The years of isolation had made him quite weak.

So he took out some paper, and scrawled with a pen,
"I am possessed by this house, and can never leave it again."

His mother said, "You're not possessed, and you're not almost dead.
These games that you play are all in your head.

You're not Vincent Price, you're Vincent Malloy.
You're not tormented, you're just a young boy."

"You're seven years old, and you're my son,
I want you to get outside and have some real fun."

Her anger now spent, she walked out through the hall,
While Vincent backed slowly against the wall.

The room started to sway, to shiver and creak.
His horrid insanity had reached its peak.

He saw Abacrombie his zombie slave,
And heard his wife call from beyond the grave.

She spoke from her coffin, and made ghoulish demands.
While through cracking walls reached skeleton hands.

Every horror in his life that had crept through his dreams,
Swept his mad laugh to terrified screams.
To escape the madness, he reached for the door,

So he and his horrible zombie dog,
But fell limp and lifeless down on the floor.

His voice was soft and very slow,
As he quoted The Raven from Edgar Allen Poe,

"And my soul from out that shadow floating on the floor,
Shall be lifted--Nevermore!"[1]

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