A teenage girl finds that she has the ability to leap through time. With her newfound power, she tries to use it to her advantage, but soon finds that tampering with time can lead to some rather discomforting results.
In the not too distant future androids have come into common usage. Taking the androids for granted, humans treat them as if they were common everyday tools, while on the other hand, some ... See full summary »
The witch Baba Yaga keeps her servant the Egg Princess confined and forces her to do hard daily chores around the mill. One night, a batch of kneaded dough comes to life and befriends the Egg Princess.
I loved this short about three seasons between a girl, her adopted cat, and the cat's new lover. The cat certainly had an entertaining and very animated prescence in the film. The graphics were great, even in black and white. The story was very sweet and focused on the dialogue of the cat as it gets adjusted to its new environment, its newfound love in a cat (Mimi, cute), and it's adoration and loyalty to its new owner.
You should see this one on the Voice Of A Distant Star DVD (American version) because those two together are a delight. I gave this short film a 9/10, and many other people loved it, too...it won a few awards I think.
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