Arianne is a divorced mother obsessed with the idea that her ex-husband might take her baby away from her. At a birthday party, a mysterious old woman called Leonor tells Arianne that there... See full summary »
To celebrate Jack London's 100th death anniversary, director Fx Goby adapted his famous novel, "To Build a Fire", tragic tale of a trapper and his dog in the freezing Yukon, into an animated short film.
A story about a tragedy. in which all seems perfect. the cinematography. the details. the piano music. the way to tell the story. the last image who, in fact, is the first. a film about joy . and its end . about few people. and about a gesture. changing everything. it is not easy to say why this film is real special. not only because, after the first view, you desire to see it again. for discover new fragments of story. new details. and something who could define, in more profound sense, the story. but it is only a slow short film. about a day. and its people . and nothing more. at the first sigh.
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