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Greener (1994)

| Animation, Short, Fantasy
A small cabin. A beautiful view. Two souls live seemingly happy lives, their every need met by machines of their own making. But as the days drag on and their routines grow weary, one's souls freedom becomes anothers prison.

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Mark Osborne

Writer:

Mark Osborne
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Dylan Haggerty Dylan Haggerty ... Splash boy
Eric Simonson Eric Simonson ... Splash boy
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A small cabin. A beautiful view. Two souls live seemingly happy lives, their every need met by machines of their own making. But as the days drag on and their routines grow weary, one's souls freedom becomes anothers prison.

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"When will we be able to go out?"


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Strange short I saw back in the 90's about two strange creatures living in a room.
20 March 2012 | by Aaron1375See all my reviews

I cannot quite remember when I saw this short except it was in the 90's. I am also not sure what channel I saw it on, but I do remember the short's story for the most part. It was rather interesting as you watch these two creatures, one green the other orange, live out their daily lives in a room. There needs are taken care of by machines and they seem to be living a good enough life. However, the green creature seems to really want to go outside for a change. Seems they have been cooped up in this room for a while and the one creature is ready to leave this place. The ending is strange and I would love to see this film again to try and delve more deeply into the meaning, however, it seems impossible to find the short online. The film is animated for the most part, a bit of claymation. There is a bit of live action at the end, but it is very brief. The thing is not quite as good as say Wallace and Gromit, but it is a bit better than Gumby. The film is very surreal, I watched it because I was curious to see where this film was going and when it got there I was not fully satisfied. This is a short that one should watch multiple times, to bad one cannot really find the short to do this.


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