Stop-motion animation about the role of transience in our lives. A playing boy disrupts the social group order in a room with dining people. The consequences are explosive.
In a room, five people are sitting at a table with room for six. Nobody looks out the windows; they just jadedly prod their food. And although everyone is adorned with extravagant fabrics and jewellery, their bodies look withered. A pregnant silence fills the air in this animation, where a boy playing under the table threatens to disturb the delicate balance in the group. His youthful lack of inhibition is not appreciated and the consequences of his unorthodox actions are explosive.
Title: Finity Calling
Duration : 15 minutes
Category: Short Feature
Edition: NFF 2018
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