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Rusty machines living in their small houses, imagine that the sun will come and take them to the sky someday. A small light, keeps them alive and dreaming. But one of the machines wants to see the sun itself and he has a plan for that.

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Gökalp Gönen
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A fantasy about a machine world. Rusty machines live in the eternal night on the sunless world. A few small artificial light sources, keeps them alive. But they don't have much time to live. One day, one of the machines prepare a plan for to find the sun.

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3 December 2017 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

a touching, poetic film. about light, the other, hope, sadness and fall. about humankind. under the skin of robots. about delicate perspective about life and the simple ingredients defining it. a film who must see. for remember. for see the small things defining, in profound sense, us. and that does it one of the most useful films. for artistic virtues, off course. but, in same measure, for the necessary message.


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