The hero of "God" is really a god, arrogantly motionless Shiva, immersed in a secular dream or meditation. It would seem where are the insects and where is he? But the opposites come together: the Aldashin fauna takes revenge. It turns out to be very easy to get God - a rather annoying fly flies into his mandala. The awakening of the many-armed is terrible and comical in its helplessness. Numerous hands flicker, the body of God writhes in desperate attempts to punish the impudent, but blows are strewed onto the head of Shiva himself, arms and legs are intertwined by sea knots. As a result, the fly remains unpunished, and God descends from orbit, that is, falls out of the mandala. What consequences threaten humanity, one can only guess.
Sometimes the gods are vulnerable ...
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2004 IFF in Berlin: Participation in the Kinderfilmfest Program (Konstantin Bronzit). See more