This short film was made based on the following constraints:
• Cannot take place entirely in one location.
• Someone must say the words "time travel."
• Two characters must have a long-standing rivalry.
• When one character was a kid, he/she used to wish he/she could travel back in time to see real-life dinosaurs.
• One character is a wine lover and is very picky/elitist about their wine.
• One character prefers bubble baths to showers.
• Someone has to say: "I have to go back."
When a down-on-his-luck inventor builds a time machine to change the past, he unwittingly sets off a disastrous chain of events.
While this is not Anime, it is Sci-fi time travel and that's like, close to the same thing.
Okay, maybe not, but this is something I found myself sucked into after the dog hit water.
But DEEDAH3 says it all...
I'm an old sci-fi fan. This is quite nice. Especially if I don't think about it too much. Except that I think there should be 2 Mollys on the couch. They would get along fine.
Watch this if You Are a Fan of:
Short Films for contests
But, like most sci-fi and time travel stories, don't try to make logic of it. Just enjoy!
Room on the Broom
The witch and her cat are happily flying through the sky on a broomstick when the wind picks up and blows away the witch's hat, then her bow, and then her wand! Luckily, three helpful animals find the missing items, and all they want in return is a ride on the broom. But is there room on the broom for so many friends? And when disaster strikes, will they be able to save the witch from a hungry dragon?
My life is so much better now that I've seen this short.
No, I'm not being facetious.
This heartwarming story of making friends, being polite and returning a kind act all had me into this adventure for the whole ride.
Witches are normally shown as bad and this wonderful woman, who is also a witch, cleansed my heart of resentment. She was so different from the ugliness that can be portrayed as bad people that I wish there were more stories about witches doing charitable things.
The story reminded me of an older legend of a cow, a goat, a cat and a bird or mouse but I can't remember where they saved the farmer.
But I loved this story so much I needed to bring it to you.
I am grateful that Facebook group CELTS (link no longer available but wanted to give attribution) brought this to watch.
The full movie, not broken into chapters, is not on YOUTUBE and, alas you can no longer find it in parts.
I would Recommend this to Fans of:
*obviously safe for children
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