Director: Alexander Isert
Germany, 2004, 7 min
Crew:Editor: Alexander Beyer - Original Score: Michael Pregler, Matthias Baltz - Sound: Michael Pregler - Animators: Alexander Isert, Christoph Kellner, Stephan Meyer, Torsten Schrank - Voice Talents: Alexis Krueger, Jim Albrand
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A crowded subway station full of ordinary passengers waiting for the train. And a dog. The dog is engrossed in a game of patience and doesn't wish to be disturbed. All of a sudden, a long cuboid pushes its way through the tiled station wall shoving the dog and his mistress onto the tracks! An underground train speeds into the station, blood spurts up. The station manager's attempts to prevent the accident are in vain. Two more cuboids emerge from the wall, claiming yet more lives. But then, amazingly, the dog reappears: he managed to save himself by crawling underneath the edge of the platform.
About the director
- born 12/29/1971 in Pforzheim, Germany - 1993/94 practical in camera assistance - 1994 / 1997 studies of journalism and theater, film and television at Freie Universitaet Berlin - 1996 / 2002 freelance writer and editor for "Filmforum" magazine, Berlin; topics: animation, fantastic cinema, electronic music - 1996 / 1998 guest student at the academy for film & television "Konrad Wolf" Potsdam, animation department - since 1998 study of animation at the academy for film & television "Konrad Wolf" Potsdam - 2004 diploma in animation