This film comes all the way from Japan and it is based on a very simple idea: the increasingly varied the sounds, the greater is the number of creatures! The result beautiful chaotic movements. Created by This film won Artistic Achievement in Animanima 2009, was nominated at Zagreb 2010, Hiroshima 2010, Screened out of competition at Annecy 2009. Great stuff
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