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Rectangular_businessman7 November 2012
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I liked a lot this short animation. I think that this could be my favorite of all the "Canada Vignettes" which I've seen so far.

The idea behind it is actually pretty simple, but the execution was excellent: The maple leaf of the Canadian flag turns into two profiles that illustrate the many relationships between people and (sometimes) animals.

While at first sight the animation style could seem to be a bit simple, personally I think it was wonderful, capturing perfectly well the beauty of sketch drawings.

It was something very nice, and quite enjoyable to watch. I can watch this several times, and it never loses its charm and beauty.

9.5/10
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4/10
faces times two
kennymacdonald8 February 2003
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[ Spoiler] This Canada Vignette is one of many that the National Film Board produced for t.v. It's a lot like the vignette faces where different faces change into something else. The major difference with this short is that you have two faces at the same time,or a person with a pet looking at each other. Also instead of a flute solo for music they have a snappy jazz number.It runs for a minute yet it's not bad, worth a look.
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