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Pixar Shorts Volume 2: Day & Night

Pixar Shorts Volume 2: Day & Night
Pixar Shorts Volume 2: Day & Night

Film Details

Year

2010

Duration

6 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Family, Short Films

Language

No Dialogue


Synopsis

This creative, highly accessible short follows two beings, Day and Night. They are both constructed of specific events that happen during their respective time periods – for instance, when Day is happy, he will be made up of a rainbow and when Night is happy he will be made up of fireworks. Upon meeting, they initially fight but soon come to learn that by accepting each other and avoiding any prejudice, they could become friends. A brief but incredibly creative short which blends 2D and 3D animation whilst teaching a valuable lesson about getting along with those who may be different to you.

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n/a

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