Solitary, exhausted, and profoundly melancholic--the anachronistic, Madame Tutli-Putli--waits patiently to board a train, surrounded by a lifetime's worth of personal belongings. Is she running away from a bleak past?
While watering plants, a man slips on a banana peel and falls from the rooftop of a tall building. As he's falling to his death, blackbirds appear and play him a movie reel that recapitulates his life, which makes him realize something.
A man who is obsessed with clocks wakes up, going through his perfectly synchronized morning routine before stepping out and getting hit by a bus. He wakes up instantly to find himself back... See full summary »
Once again, we have a short subject that could have been a children's book. It has everything. Two gentle characters, a boy and a fox, meet in a rainstorm. The fox is trying to catch water in a bag, but it leaks out as fast as it goes in. Eventually, the boy's umbrella becomes the receptacle for the water. The fox leaves with his treasure, using it for an interesting purpose. Beautifully animated with a gorgeous score.
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