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Pixar Shorts Volume 2: Partly Cloudy

Pixar Shorts Volume 2: Partly Cloudy
Pixar Shorts Volume 2: Partly Cloudy

Year

2009

Duration

6 minutes

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Synopsis

High up in the sky, a group of clouds spend their time creating new-borns so that storks can then fly them down to their parents on earth. Most clouds create cute, fluffy babies but one lonely and insecure grey cloud specialises in making dangerous predator babies. The stork must learn how to transport animals such as porcupines, crocodiles and even electric eels, safely to earth whilst making sure he doesn’t hurt his cloud’s feelings at the same time. A very cute fable about perseverance through hardship and staying professional against the odds.

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