Why Watch? Because when Disney and Dali team up, it’s a good idea to pay attention.

The surreal, flourishing art of Salvador Dali comes to life here in a collaboration the mustachioed one began with Disney in 1948 that wouldn’t be completed until 2003.

The animation team breathed life into several iconic Dali images (with a story taking place in his wasteland setting). The tale of a young woman floating through this dream world has a strangely calming effect, and it goes without saying that the visuals are stunning.

What Will It Cost? Just 6 minutes of your time.

Check out Destino for yourself:

Destino (1948/2003)

Trust us. You have time for more short films.

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