Madame Tutli Putli

National Film Board of Canada
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Donna

What are we without our possessions, without even our bodies to rely on? Are we our physical beings or is there more? I watched this twice and could watch it again, and again. Beautifully animated and thought provoking. The skeletal body snatchers seem to symbolize disease, like a runaway ...Read more

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Minami

Beautiful - loved the background music as well

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R

This is the kind of movie you are going to want to watch with a friend, so you can talk about it afterwards. In tone and mood, it's a little bit like something out of The Twilight Zone. Beautiful imagery, very dreamlike.

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Hannah

Beautiful

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Mary

Brilliant and disturbing. Unbelievable animation. A frightened Madame Tutli-Putli clings to her possessions and is scared of life. She is transformed by watching the moth and discovering that she is more alive than she has ever been when she discards all the objects that were weighing her ...Read more

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Shay

Dark and beautiful. A visually striking little film with imagery that stays with you. Incredible stop action animation. And those eyes... haunting.

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Anna

Incredibly more thrilling than expected. Who knew such a pesky, little insect could carry such significance in one's life? Very beautiful, breath-taking animation. Definitely worth a watch!

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Dylan

Wow! What a strange and delightful, curious and creative animated short film. What is it about? Transformation? Death? Possessions? Travel? I look forward to hearing others comment, but I believe it is about Death myself, but along the way it is an adventure, as life should be, and simply ...Read more

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