SSF: “Racines”

SSF: “Racines” October 12, 2015

Hints of Howl’s Moving Castle in this short: Racines, from Kaw Animation. (I think “racine” means “roots,” but my French is literally terrible, so I don’t know for sure. Also, she reminds me of Mad Madam Mim, for some reason.)

A bitterly old lady is moving on the back of a giant rock. Forever unsatisfied, she cannot admit to stop. As her determination grows, her companion gets exhausted.

Attribution(s): All artwork, publicity images, and stills are the property of Kawa Animation, who made this work available via a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported (CC BY-NC-ND 3.0) license.

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