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What Happens When Children Don't Eat Soup

 
Director : Pawel Prewencki
Screenplay : Pawel Prewencki
Producer : University of Arts in Poznan
Year of production : 2011
Running time : 9 min

Two siblings watched by their grandfather sit at the table and struggle to finish their soup. The children scoop the soup up reluctantly, looking for a possible way to break free from the table. When the door opens and the bright light hits the room, the children run out and find themselves in a completely different reality. Here, on empty streets of the nameless city the mystery is being hidden and every single step made unfolds a nightmarish landscape. With the application of solid genre structures and motives Prewencki tells a modern story of crime and punishment. In the end will the children be able to escape the labyrinth of new meanings and evade the consequences of their misbehaviour?

 

Paweł Prewencki
was born in Kołobrzeg, Poland. He graduated from the University of Arts in Poznań. In 2010 he worked as a studio assistant at the studio of Artistic Drawing at Design Institute in Koszalin. He also runs an animation workshop in Gorzow Wielkopolski. He is the author of several short animation films. Currently he runs his own company – Fifne Studio that specializes in animation, music videos, graphic design, illustration and 3D visualization.

  
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