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A troubled relationship between a Cat and Mouse set in the distant future.

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David O'Reilly

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Part of an omnibus of international animated shorts, Nine Nation Animation, released by The World According to Shorts. See more »

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unique, sweet, funny, sad; a great animated short
15 April 2018 | by framptonhollisSee all my reviews

It's a beautiful, oddly futuristic animated love story told in ten minutes. These ten minutes contain much of what one needs in order to build a great and effective short film, and plenty more. Stylistically, the film is fearlessly bizarre and oft-experimental. It combines the (oft-blackly) humorous w/the heartbreaking w/the uplifting. It's tender and tough and totally sincere, and definitely got better and better as it went along for me. At first, it kind of felt mildly underwhelming I guess, and I cannot really explain why, but by the time I was like only two minutes in, all of that washed away completely and I practically fell in love along w/the two protagonists.


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29 September 2010 (USA) See more »

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$2,834, 3 October 2010

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$4,265

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$4,265
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