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Counting Water (2006)

When Juliet tells George that she loves him "as much as all the droplets of water in the ocean," George demands to know just how many that is. And to prove her devotion, Juliet ventures far out into the sea to count.

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Brian Savelson

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Brian Savelson
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When George asks Juliet how much she loves him, she says "my love for you is as much as all the droplets of water in the ocean." But George demands to know just how many that is. And to prove her devotion, Juliet embarks on an epic journey far out into the sea, to count. Written by Anonymous

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How many drops of water does the ocean really hold?

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

30 July 2006 (USA) See more »

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Wow, and I thought maybe doing movie reviews on IMDb was compulsive!
16 February 2009 | by MartinHaferSee all my reviews

At last, a short film that speaks to me. With over 6000 reviews to my credit, I have begun wondering if perhaps I am a bit of a loser. Finally, though, I found people who are a lot more compulsive than me!! George and Juliet are in love and say such platitudes as "I love you more than all the drops of water in the ocean". However, one day George asks how much, exactly, that is and so Juliet spends most of the rest of her life obsessively counting. After wasting most of her life, she stumbles upon George and they both have forgotten why they are counting as well as who the other was! There's more to it than this, but talk about two people who need to get a new hobby!! This is a cute little fairytale told with cut out shapes that are reminiscent of the art of Ezra Jack Keats. A cute story.


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