On Departure

Why Watch? Using a simple pile of shapes arranged in the right way, Eoin Duffy has crafted a fantastic short film that’s hypnotic in its design and sadly relatable in its story. 

The animation is alienating (and just slightly adorable) to emphasize a feeling of isolation born from loss. Clearly a cousin to his other work that’s been featured here before, this is unique work that has powerful a life of its own.

What Will It Cost? About 5 minutes.

Hat tip to Short of the Week, where you can see other cool shorts.

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