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A Little Grey

A Little Grey
A Little Grey

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6 minutes


Animation, Short Films




Grey and pale in comparison to those around him, a man reflects on his melancholy life and the loss of the spark that seems to be missing from his life. From going on holiday to skydiving, he has tried it all, but nothing seems to help him from the feeling that he is alone and too different from others – that is until some personal news brings the potential of joy. This colorful story creatively explores mental wellbeing and the difficult emotions that can come with depression in an accessible way for young audiences.


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