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It is only a short film about states of soul. A family, real eccentric at the first sigh on a beach. The axis - the death of the granfather and his funerals. A serie of unhappy experiences for each member of family. And the moment of cry together, as a sort of connection between its members. The good point - the realistic reflection of the characters traits, the spirit of grandfather front to Lucas, the traits of Nippon animation - model for decent - nice drawings. The bad point - maybe the desire to reflect an ordinary family, with absent father, only at the level of emotions, reactions, games of the states. Not real a story. Only a sort of post-modern poem in images. I admitt, I love it. Maybe, for Lucas, especcialy.
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