The Porcelain Unicorn


Fri, Jul 29th, 2011 20:00 by capnasty NEWS

Despite being only 3-minutes long, with a total of just 6 lines, this movie won the Grand Prize in 2010 for the Philips Parallel Lines "Tell It Your Way" international competition.

Director Keegan Wilcox tells the story of a Hitler youth who, during the holocaust, meets a Jewish girl hiding in a filing cabinet. The emotional punch of their brief but immediate bond is so strong that you'll fight to hold the tears at the end.



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