28th century, 200 years after the Great Earth Exodus. Naia, a feisty, young singer/songwriter, falls in love with the beautiful saxophonist Parker in Ganymede, one of Jupiter's moons. The ... See full summary »
28th century, 200 years after the Great Earth Exodus. Naia, a feisty, young singer/songwriter, falls in love with the beautiful saxophonist Parker in Ganymede, one of Jupiter's moons. The two form a band - and now they have to not only make it as musicians but also to fight for their freedom. Dramatically rendered in rich, hand drawn animation, Strange Frame brings us into a world of space pirates, indentured slaves and genetic mutations - infused with music throughout, to create a dreamlike tale unlike anything you've ever seen. Written by
the context of this story was good. it was about a type of everyday life about two lovers. it was a good way for gay people to express themselves and i hope they feel more open to show the way they are. in this movie, the contour lines are amazing. the 3d shapes were really organized and looked so real. most of the characters in the movie was non-representational because the characters were odd looking. only a few were actually representational but it was pretty cool to see the way people will probably look in the future. i really enjoyed the colors, especially the bright colors of the girls hair-Naia's girlfriend. the iconography of the video was easily seen for me because i knew it was about the future and how the world will be and look.
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