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Cats Can't Swim

Cats Can't Swim
Cats Can't Swim

Film Details

Year

2019

Duration

4 minutes

Genres

Animation, Family, Short Films, Silent

Language

No Dialogue


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Though all the other animals in his class are unimpressed, a young cat decides to enter the school’s swimming contest, though it does not go well. Despite this setback, he remains determined to train in order to become a better swimmer and prove the other pupils wrong. Over a number of months, the cat works hard, persisting with his training even when it becomes difficult. ‘Cats Can’t Swim’ is a non-dialogue animated short film about perseverance, believing in yourself, and family support.

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