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Pixar Shorts Volume 2: La Luna

Pixar Shorts Volume 2: La Luna




7 minutes


Animation, Coming of Age, Family, Short Films

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A young Italian boy named Bambino takes a midnight boat trip with his father and grandfather, where they present him with a hat and introduce him to the family business. After quarrelling over the way he should wear his new hat, the moon appears in all its glory and the two men send Bambino up to begin work on sweeping up the golden stars which have crash landed on its surface. As the night goes on, Bambino will have to decide whether to follow the example of his father and his grandfather’s traditions or look to find his own way in life. Propelled by a gorgeous score, La Luna is a visually beautiful representation of a child coming-of-age and was nominated for an Academy Award®.


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