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¶ Short of the Day #92: Rispondetemi

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¶ Short of the Day #92: Rispondetemi

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Hey, member this mini-Noé accidents-contingency-retrospective short film?
Oh! I 'member.

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(Poor berries don't know they're heading for a life-changing accident.)
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Really a wonderful little film, isn't it! A life and its memories floating through a cityscape that reaches out unto the sky. Very beautiful, poetic, and sad. Pretty exquisite film-making from Léa Pool.
That's all, folks!
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