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The Aroma of Tea (2006)

The Aroma of Tea
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Tags: Animation (1), Short (1), Netherland (1), 3 Min (1)
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1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - The Full List (1001 movies items)

"DIR: Michael Dudok de Wit SUMMARY: A small brown dot journeys through a maze of contoured networks. WHY IT'S HERE: Following his masterpiece 'Father and Daughter', Michael Dudok de Wit took a very different direction with his short abstract film 'The Aroma of Tea'. Unlike many abstract films, this one has the feel of a vague narrative as a small, brown dot quests through a series of tunnels and shapes to finally arrive at its desired destination. Set to the music of Arcangelo Corelli, which "


Andy Goulding added this to a list 3 years, 6 months ago
1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - Part 17 (50 movies items)

"DIR: Michael Dudok de Wit SUMMARY: A small brown dot journeys through a maze of contoured networks. WHY IT'S HERE: Following his masterpiece 'Father and Daughter', Michael Dudok de Wit took a very different direction with his short abstract film 'The Aroma of Tea'. Unlike many abstract films, this one has the feel of a vague narrative as a small, brown dot quests through a series of tunnels and shapes to finally arrive at its desired destination. Set to the music of Arcangelo Corelli, which ad"