Bunny is sitting in her bedroom browsing through a photo album. She starts daydreaming and the images come to life. The time she shared with the love of her life is enacted. During her ...
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Bunny is sitting in her bedroom browsing through a photo album. She starts daydreaming and the images come to life. The time she shared with the love of her life is enacted. During her training to become a nurse, Bunny meets, by mere chance, the fighter pilot Bear. Romance ensues and they form a couple. When Bear is about to propose, they are suddenly interrupted by an international conflict. Duty calls and Bear is sent into battle.Written by
Filmlance International AB
I agree with the other reviewers - this short film initially came across as a rather bizarre screening. However, it actually turned out to be an adorable and winning short movie. Hands down, favorite part about this film was its operatic and orchestral soundtrack. Its sweet melodies and moments of lilting, swaying waltz made the music its own art within this film. The Italian singing was beyond lovely and was instrumental in creating a little bit of character development. A perfectly done soundtrack, in my opinion. The plot, though almost exactly fitting into a clique and hackneyed category (this is where some points came off), was made by Emilson into something much more exquisite. The great use of composition and color was eye-catching and memorable, and the animals, though confessedly a little bit strange, made the film unique. Overall, "Love and War" was a really nice feel-good film that I would not mind listening to or watching again!
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