Duodrom

Duodrom
Duodrom

Year

2019

Duration

9 minutes

Genres

Action and Adventure, Animation, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Short Films

Language

English

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Easily startled, a man finds himself split into two beings – a skeleton and a body without any bones. With the skeleton taken to a museum as a mistaken artefact, both work together to get each other out. Using their unique characteristics, they try to escape without frightening humans. This is a clever line-drawing animation that takes the phrase ‘to jump out of one’s skin’ as a starting point and turns it into an engaging story about two different beings that must cooperate.

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