Two men get stuck in an elevator. During the 10 minutes struggle to get out, they point out important philosophical questions. Who controls the 'ups, downs and stops' of your life? No one exits unchanged of that psychological boxing ring.
A nerdy man goes on a blind date to a restaurant. The place is great and the girl is beautiful. If only the two sides of his brain (seen here as two tiny creatures running the brain's command center) could work together for once.
"To Better Days" takes place in a day in Istanbul. It tells about five different character's paths crossing in daily life and intervention to each other's lives without awareness. The film ... See full summary »
In a world that judges people by their number, Zero faces constant prejudice and persecution. He walks a lonely path until a chance encounter changes his life forever: he meets a female zero. Together they prove that through determination, courage, and love, nothing can be truly something. Written by
A short with an easy but still very much needed message created in a very nice stop-motion style.
The story should not be new to anyone over the age of twelve, but is brought with such an elegance it is worth watching anyways. The animators did a splendid job of creating a variety of characters within the limits they gave themselves. This makes for an enjoyable watch even for grown-ups.
The narrator's voice is pleasant and clear, the scenery simple and yet complete, and the music simple yet supporting.
I hope the creators will use their techniques to also make some more off-the-beaten-track stories.
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