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Thread: We Can't Live Without Cosmos (Konstantin Bronzit)

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    We Can't Live Without Cosmos (Konstantin Bronzit)

    http://www.imdb.com/title/tt3965660/reference



    Go to this article, The New Yorker has the film (15mins) available to watch now.

    Nominated for Best Animated Short at the Oscars this year, IMDb lists it as a 2016 US release.
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    I'll check it out later today.

    Also, if you make a thread and forget to post a poll, you don't need to make a new thread. You can go back and add a poll.
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    Quote Quoting Stay Puft (view post)
    I'll check it out later today.

    Also, if you make a thread and forget to post a poll, you don't need to make a new thread. You can go back and add a poll.
    Aw, crap. I went back and looked and didn't see it. Oh well, the other one will sink to the bottom.
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    Thread Tools > Add a Poll, for future reference.

    Anyways, this was nice. Animation kinda bugged me in a few spots (that opening zoom on the building looks like an old flash animation) but otherwise I liked it. Appreciated the way it relied on humor in the first half to build the relationship, provides for a good contrast given the short runtime. The revelation with the x-ray hit surprisingly hard. It might be a little obvious in retrospective, but I enjoyed how the spacesuit was just a metaphor. That's good sci-fi! I really don't know what to make of the ending, though. Felt a little outta left field.
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    I didn't really care for this one. The shifts in tone don't really work for me and I don't find the animation style pleasing. Probably my least favorite of the animated shorts nominated.
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    Aaawwwww video it's not available in my area

    I love Bronzit's work usually, will check this out.

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