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Zing

Zing
Zing

Year

2011

Duration

8 minutes

Genres

Animation, Horror, Short Films, Silent

Language

No Dialogue


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Mr. Grimm is good at his job as the Reaper, harvesting the lives of people and animals. With each individual whose time is up, he finds and cuts their cord to signify their passing from this life into the next. When a little girl knocks at his door however – who also happens to be his next victim – everything changes, as she refuses to go along with his ideas. ‘Zing’ is an enjoyably creepy animation which is perfect for the spooky season.

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