We Can't Live Without Cosmos  FEB 16 2016

We Can't Live Without Cosmos is Konstantin Bronzit's 15-minute short film nominated for a 2016 Academy Award in the animated short category. It is about two friends who dream of going into space together.

They're best friends who revolve in the same centrifuge, swim in neighboring lanes, and read together at night. Their happiness and exuberance is infectious. It lifts the stone-faced scientists who track their progress; it even expresses itself in their space suits, which are winsomely shaped to accommodate their slightly different heads (one is square, the other rectangular). Even as they prepare for their high-tech journey, they embody old-fashioned, noble virtues: bravery, curiosity, strength, tenderness.

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