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A voice over interrogates a man who is recluse in a jail, about his bad situation...
Very nice, love the animation and style! Nice twist also.
Thank you very much!
Wonderful little details: those small and soft movements of the hands, the bottle falling. Really the puppet becomes alive.
Thank you very much, we are very happy that you like it!
Brilliant! Really lovely bit of animation acting.
This is great, it's like watching an actor rather than a puppet, So much character in all of the movements. Really great bit of work!
Thank you Ben! in this short the acting was very important for me, my desire was to see the puppet bring life! The animators given the exact feeling that i want!
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Blew me away! Lots of life in that character... The slow pacing of the movement calls to mind the works of Philip Beglan and Leevi Lehtinen. Also felt a twinge of Bolex Brothers in there.
Thank you Don!!!:)
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