This new animated short from Pixar animators Lou Hamou-Lhadj and Andrew Coats is not for the faint of heart — or for children. Quorum Films short ‘Borrowed Time’ is shocking, affecting, and you will most likely end up crying. So, heads up.
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— Jonathan Carlin (@jonkerlin) 19 de octubre de 2016
We have seen hardcore subject intermix in animation films such as ‘Inside Out’ and ‘WALL-E’; however, these movies are not as serious as ‘Borrowed time’, that actually portrays the subject very directly and with actual human characters. According to the Collider.
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In this short film, a man comes back to the scene of a tragic accident in which he accidentally caused his father’s death. As the memories of that terrible day have followed him for years, the man must make a decision: does he go on and live with his pain and guilt, or does he end his suffering permanently?
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This is so sad, but so powerful. I have no words. Just be warned, it’ll break your heart
— DesillusionedAgender (@Thislifesend) 19 de octubre de 2016
That very grown up question was something that the filmmakers established to dig in: “We really wanted to make something that was a little bit more adult in the thematic choices, and show that animation could be a medium to tell any sort of story,” says animator Hamou-Lhadj in a featurette about the new short.
Well that short Pixar movie ‘Borrowed Time’ hasn’t just ripped my heart out
— Kayeung Li (@kay_li11) 19 de octubre de 2016
Hamou-Lhadj and Coats surely accomplished that goal: after witnessing ‘Borrowed Time’, it’s hard to agree with the assumption that animated dramas don’t hold the same emotional weight as live-action ones.
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