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All The Invisible Children

song song & little cat from guleaka on Vimeo. Song Song and Little Cat– The contrast between Song Song and the poor girl’s life is so great that Song Song learns to be happy for what she has. Seeing the … Continue reading

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Ten Minutes Older

Ten Minutes Older (Herz Frank)- Although it’s not part of the Ten Minutes Older anthology, Ten Minutes Older is believed to be the movie that sparked the idea for the anthology. Sticking to the title, the only thing the viewer … Continue reading

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Das Rad

I’ll be honest, I didn’t think a movie about a bunch of rocks would be that entertaining, but I was wrong. Use of a person’s time on perspective against an inanimate object’s time on perspective and the animation in the film … Continue reading

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To Each His Own Cinema

One Fine Day- This film, along with the other films in this anthology, speaks to how strong cinema affects many individuals. The road this man has to take, a long dirt path road, to reach a run-down movie theatre where … Continue reading

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Kavi

A sad story about a kid who just wants to go to school, Kavi is a film that is deep and touching because of it’s human element. Unfortunately for Kavi, he has to work at such an early age and … Continue reading

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A Day’s Work

Yet another amazing short film from a student, A Day’s Work is a great film showcasing the difficulty of overcoming racial stereotypes and general hatred between people in the world. The intensity of the film’s ending add to the statement … Continue reading

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Die Rote Jacke

Unlike some films seen this semester, Die Rote Jacke had a positive twist to the story at the end rather than following through with what everybody had anticipated. In addition to the pleasant twist at the end of the film, … Continue reading

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