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Unprepared for what he finds, a young soldier is left to make a life changing decision.
really good liked it a lot. didnt understand the ending tho and looked like it might just be 1 minute out of a longer film. very good tho + nice music
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Honest to god effort!ｗｅｌｌ ｄｏｎｅ
Good story and twist. However, was sad and dramatic. I imagened two places to live one is worse than the other, just like choosing between the west and middle east!
So sad! And beautifully done
Amazing. Evoked so much emotion. Beautiful put together.
truley a wonderful short film filled with emotion.
Really emotional and beautifully depicted in such a short time. Well worth viewing thanks
really well done. well put together, interesting imagery, and has left me thinking after watching
Technically a great piece of animation, beautifully crafted.
Nice work. Good story line. Potential is there.
Well thought through and illustrated, loved this piece of work! Really touching.
Brilliant, so well crafted and poignant.
Brilliant work. All drawn by hand? Loved the music, though the end was a little hard to grasp. Well done
This is the winner?!
My grandad fought in the war. He had a different perception of it to this film though. He got to fly in aeroplanes, ride motorcycles and he shot at Germans a few times. He said the entire thing was jolly good fun.
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