Wahnsinnig gute Kurzanimation von Fabio Friedli, in der er versucht, die Welt zu erklären. „Vom Kern zum Krieg, vom Fleisch zur Liebe, von der Gleichgültigkeit zum Weltuntergang.“
To say “in a nutshell” is to use the fewest possible words. It’s a saying typically used in order to be concise, direct, and/or hyperbolic. However, things are always more complicated than just a few words. Luckily for filmmaker and animator Fabio Friedli, pictures are worth one thousand of them. In this week’s Staff Pick Premiere, “In A Nutshell,” Friedli uses 3,000 pictures in a montage that distills the story of human existence in just under five minutes and delivers a profound and moving thesis on this thing we call life.