Why Watch? This short proves that Pixar doesn’t have a monopoly on adorable characters and sweet, dialogue-less stories.

The animation is a bit more primitive, of course, but that actually gives it a style all its own.

So what happens when a jagged, giant moon rock falls in love? Would you help him reach his one and only?

What Will It Cost? Just five minutes of your time.

Does it get better any better than that? Only if we made sure your oxygen didn’t run out while you watch. Check out Crater Face for yourself:


Directed/Written/Animated By: Skyler Page

Trust us. You have time for more short films.

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