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Pixar Shorts Volume 2: Burn-E

Pixar Shorts Volume 2: Burn-E
Pixar Shorts Volume 2: Burn-E




8 minutes


Animation, Science Fiction and Fantasy


No Dialogue

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In a story that occurs parallel to the animated feature film 'Wall-E', a low-level welder robot attempts to fix a broken component on his spaceship whilst having to deal with the chaos caused by Wall-E and EVE. After getting locked outside of his ship, he must find a way to get back inside without causing more damage. A companion piece that builds upon themes of Artificial Intelligence and saving the environment whilst maintaining the silent, slapstick humour that 'Wall-E' is known for.


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