A Bit Of Whimsy In Malin Erixon's BENJAMIN'S FLOWERS

Todd Brown, Founder and Editor
Bright, colorful and following a peculiar sort of dream logic, Malin Erixon's animated short Benjamin's Flowers is headed for Sundance and it promises a very particular sort of whimsy.

Benjamin's lack of love and company has placed him on the blurry borderline between fantasy and reality, where it can be hard to understand what's what. We meet Benjamin in the room in which he lives his life -- see his confusion, his obsessive thoughts and colorful imagination.
The teaser for this one, though brief, is a charming bit of work. Check it below.

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  • mightyjoeyoung

    "Bright, colorful and following a peculiar sort of dream logic, Malin Erixon's animated short Benjamin's Flowers is headed for Sundance and it promises a very particular sort of whimsy."

    Looks like a very surreal take on the Silly Symphonies.....but Andreas Wilson......well.....I wonder how his narration will be.
    Thanks, Mr Brown.

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