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L3.0 (2014)

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Release date: 5 September 2014
Tags: Short (1), Animation (1)
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1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - The Full List (1001 movies items)

"DIR: Alexis Decelle SUMMARY: A lonely little robot looks for someone to play with in a future Paris seemingly devoid of life. WHY IT'S HERE: Alexis Decelle's 'L3.0' (a play on the name Leo) is a deceptive short that initially drew many comparisons to Pixar's 'Wall-E' but is, in fact, a very different film indeed. Telling the story of a lonely robot looking for a playmate in a post-apocalyptic Paris, 'L3.0' begins like a sweetly melancholy children's film which we assume will end with the rob"


Andy Goulding added this to a list 1 year, 8 months ago
1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - Part 20 (51 movies items)

"DIR: Alexis Decelle SUMMARY: A lonely little robot looks for someone to play with in a future Paris seemingly devoid of life. WHY IT'S HERE: Alexis Decelle's 'L3.0' (a play on the name Leo) is a deceptive short that initially drew many comparisons to Pixar's 'Wall-E' but is, in fact, a very different film indeed. Telling the story of a lonely robot looking for a playmate in a post-apocalyptic Paris, 'L3.0' begins like a sweetly melancholy children's film which we assume will end with the robot"



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