Keha Mälu (Substance Memory , Body Memory) (2011) Theatrical Cartoon

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Keha Mälu

Keha Mälu

English Title: Substance Memory

Keha Mälu (Substance Memory , Body Memory) (2011) Theatrical Cartoon Keha Mälu

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  • Theatrical ShortShort
  • OÜ Nukufilm
  • Distributed by: OÜ Nukufilm
  • Directed By Ülo Pikkov.
  • Produced By Arvo Nuut.
  • Animated By Märt Kivi.
  • Awards: Best Short Film Award, Anim'est Animation Film Festival, Bucharest, 2011, Audience Vote, Program #7, Melbourne International Animation Festival, 2012.
  • Originally Released in December of 2011 (Estimate).
  • Originally Released Theatrically.
  • Running Time: 9 minutes.
  • Color
  • Estonia  Estonia

Cartoon Summary:

The film is inquiring the memory of people and objects. The body remembers more than we can imagine, it remembers also the pain and anxiety of our ancestors. That's why we tall again and again the story about a snake that caused the expulsion of Adam and Eve...  (more)

Cartoon Production Information:

English Titles: "Substance Memory" and "Body Memory."

Puppet animation.

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