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What is memory? To remember is an bid and to forget, effortless. And some memories get etched so low in a complement that they are remembered effortlessly. At each proviso in a life, we make memories that we delight all a lives. Every eventuality is accessible and revisited countless times, scraping serve and serve into a minds.
This week we suggest Academy Award winning Japanese charcterised 12 notation brief film The House of Small Cubes or La Maison en Petits Cubes by Kunio Kato accessible on Netflix.
Logline: With his city being usually submerged, a widower keeps adding levels on a tip of his house. Losing his siren brings behind memories.
This 12-minute charcterised brief film starts with an aged widower who is seen doing his day to day slight of eating, sleeping, examination a sky compartment he realises that H2O has entered his residence and he starts building another building on tip of his house.
Set in a surreal city where many houses are seen submerged underneath water, a widower seems to have a tallest residence of a lot. While operative on his new floor, a widower’s smoking siren falls down and sinks into a water. Determined to get his siren back, a widower jumps in a H2O suited. As he enters a new building compartment he gets to a bottom, he visits time and conditions and a many noted impulse on that building from a time in life, when a building was still not submerged.
The House of Small Cubes won a best charcterised brief film endowment during a 81st Academy Awards in 2009 and won many accolades during general film/short and charcterised film festivals.
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(Shweta Basu Prasad is a National Award winning actress, renouned for Makdee, Iqbal and radio uncover Chandra Nandini. Shweta is a connoisseur in mass media and Journalism.)