Canada Vignettes: Faces is fine abstract animation from the National Film Board of Canada
Just watched this on the Saturday Morning Blog as linked to the National Film Board of Canada site. It's basically a series of line drawings of various men's and women's faces on white background all dissolving together while some flute music is playing as the score. Each face flows naturally to the next with no digital enhancements unlike what happened in the live-action Michael Jackson video from 1991 called "Black and White". That's all that happens but I was enthralled that someone, namely Paul Bochner, would actually make a very brief vignette with all these different human heads, one after another, and spend so much time for what seemed to be only a minute of film. So on that note, I highly recommend Canada Vignettes: Faces.
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