An explorer visits what appears to be the ruins of a gothic cathedral. There seem to be some strange statues, though, whose faces follow him as he makes his way to the end; the sun comes out, and he stops at the edge of a cliff.
A single middle aged lady working as receptionist and cleaner in a public lavatory for men spends her time between chores reading "Happy Woman" and daydreaming about a loving partner. When ... See full summary »
A solitary man without a shadow rises from his desk, dons his hat, and leaves his apartment. He walks through a city to a large door, knocks, shows his invitation, and is admitted to a ... See full summary »
In these days of US heading for another proxy war, movies like that are more important then ever. Especially when media today totally controls the opinions of mindless viewers. When they can take pictures of dying soldiers and turn it into entertainment. We see it everyday on the TV screens and in papers. And the public is hungry for more. If it is not cruel and bloody, it is not entertaining to them. Maybe when they themselves or their sons get drafted to fight and lose their lives for all the wrong reasons, they will think again and remember this short animated story by Tomek Baginski. And if some of them survive and come back to the once great country devastated by the WW III, they will have plenty of time to reevaluate whom they voted for in 2008 while standing in the soup line.
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