The story of a Kiwi who spends his whole life working towards achieving his dream.

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The story of a Kiwi who spends his whole life working towards achieving his dream.

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Amazing
29 August 2013 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

It's quite hard, really, to fit a story into such a short animation, but Kiwi really does it well.

At first you wonder what exactly is happening, but as you continue watching you start to realise that the little fella is simply living out his dream.

It genuinely brought a tear to my eye, I really felt something for the little guy.

Amazing work, and so well done.

I would recommend everyone to watch it, such a great little story, with real meaning.


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