Having been struck by a 150-ton meteorite, Henry has to adapt to living precisely ninety-one centimeters from himself.

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  • aaghin 12 years ago

    can somebody that speaks french tell me the actual words, in french, starting from 11:25 to 12:08, please 🙂

  • Dona 12 years ago


  • cristina 12 years ago

    When I saw it I said:How brillaint do you have to be to have such idea!?
    Very beautiful.

  • D 12 years ago

    nice! it’s brilliant

  • Oin Bien 12 years ago

    It has a logic fail, cuz he’s 91 cm from one side, so he could just go to the other side and pick up the phone. You cant be 91cm from every side.

    Other than that, it was great:)

  • Racial 12 years ago

    Oin Bien, in relation to the phone, he’s 91cm to the right of it, as with everything else. His ability to interact with material has been moved 91cm to the right; so there is no logic fail.

  • Swapnil 12 years ago

    WOW! Nice Work loved, is there more stuff from you?

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  • Jourdan 12 years ago

    Too good too fucking amazing i love it ……… really exelent work


  • Jason Crosier 12 years ago

    Absolutely amazing work everything from the original idea to the quality of the animation itself.

    Absolument tout un travail extraordinaire de l’idée initiale à la qualité de l’animation elle-même.

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  • Kim 12 years ago

    Beautiful, loved it. Great job.

  • ɹǝƃƃolquǝʞoʇ 12 years ago

    It’s perfect. Thank you.

  • eduardo 12 years ago

    very nice work!

  • Rachel 12 years ago

    Beautiful and heartbreaking. Amazing vision and creativity. Excellent.

  • thomessa 12 years ago

    that was absolutely the best thing i’ve seen. i got so in tune with the character, i loved it!

  • David M. 12 years ago

    Wow, simply incredible. This blew my mind.

  • subWOW 12 years ago

    This is one of the most moving things I have ever experienced. It will haunt me for a long time, if not forever. The image of Mont Saint-Michel will be with me forever in this context now too.

  • Reeseman 12 years ago


    11:25 to 12:08

    “On ne précise jamais aux gens de combien ils sont fous.

    On dit juste qu’ils ont perdu la boussole, qu’ils sont à côté de la plaque… paumé, quoi.

    Alors un peu plus, un peu moins, finalement, à quoi ça peut servir, de savoir… de savoir de combien de centimètres on s’est éloigné.

    La seule chose dont je suis sûr aujourd’hui c’est que d’où je suis ça ne me fait plus rien, plus rien.”

  • Stacy 12 years ago

    wow. just wow. this is amazingg

  • Madeline Smith 12 years ago

    Beautiful cinematography, interesting new idea, and very depressing ending. This short film is so original and beautiful though, I don’t care how depressing the ending was. I was gawking in awe at the computer screen, enraptured in the beauty of it all. Poor guy.

  • brandon 12 years ago

    i have such a hard on for this… like.. wow

  • Pyleic 11 years ago

    Yeah, but.. When he interacts with his telescope, he’s standing right behind it, and can see through it, but when he’s driving, he adjusts his rear-view mirror from 91cm away and is obviously looking through it as if it were in front of him.. o.O; Which is it?

  • Elise 11 years ago

    This is beautiful. It brought me to tears.

  • Marone 11 years ago

    amazing, just amazing. but definitely a little long. I think it could have ended when the second asteroid was about to hit him. that’s my 2 cents

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  • MarkSpizer 11 years ago

    great post as usual!

  • Ash 11 years ago

    “This video has been removed by the user.”


  • gabby 11 years ago

    where the hell is it?

    bloody owner removed it, heck!!!

  • Nomin 11 years ago

    Sorry if I’m missing something here, but in his house, his physical form is to the right, and his interaction form is on the left, but when he’s driving, it’s the other way around?

    Unless he’s always 91 CM to the East (or West / North / South, I can’t really tell) of whatever, that would explain that and the compass on the floor (:

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    I like blogs like this one, short and straight to the point without any unnecessary fillers. Please continue this way.

  • Mike 11 years ago

    Excellent work. I am, also, an animator and have MUCH appreciation for this piece. It is very well done, in all aspects.
    I have, also, felt this phenomenon. The feeling of being displaced or partially-detatched from my body. I had never considered it being out of my mind or how much of an offset there was.
    This short film portrays the feeling very well.

  • Seth 11 years ago

    I’ve watched it three times. Funny how a few stones, arranged in just the right way, sing.

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