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Horses on Mars (2001)

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Some 3.6 billion years ago, two microbes are playing "king of the pebble" when an event occurs that will separate them and change their future forever. This is the story of the microbe that... See full summary »

Director:

Eric Law Anderson (as Eric Anderson)

Writer:

Eric Law Anderson (as Eric Anderson)
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Complete credited cast:
Anuj Majumdar Anuj Majumdar ... Narrator (voice)
Hye Kwon Hye Kwon ... Additional Voices (voice)
Aaron Santee Aaron Santee ... Additional Voices (voice)
Rippling Tsou Rippling Tsou ... Additional Voices (voice)
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Some 3.6 billion years ago, two microbes are playing "king of the pebble" when an event occurs that will separate them and change their future forever. This is the story of the microbe that remains on that pebble, and his amazing journey through time and space. Written by Jon Reeves <jreeves@imdb.com>

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He's 3.5 microns tall, and he's 100 million miles from home See more »


Certificate:

TV-PG
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Eric Anderson | Eric Anderson | See more »

Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

23 March 2001 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Venus Is No Good! See more »

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Sound Mix:

Dolby SR

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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The film's story was inspired by the director's loss of his dog, Vanna, who lost her way home. See more »

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Masterful animation and story
7 April 2002 | by truce57See all my reviews

Horses on Mars is an engaging animated short that takes a sometimes comical look at the process of evolution through the eyes of those yet to evolve. The story is personal, and at times sentimental, and is supported by strong digital animation and narration that involves the viewer in this science fiction story. I was fortunate enough to view this short in widescreen format at the 2002 Sundance Film Festival, and must suppose that when transferred to the small screen, it will lose some of its ability to draw the reader into the no less thoughtful story and stunning graphics.


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