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Porcelain Unicorn: A Powerful Short Film in Six Lines and Three Minutes

Last year Philips ran a contest called Parallel Lines in which they asked people to create a three-minute short film using only six lines of dialogue: “What is that?”, “It’s a unicorn”, “Never seen one up close before”, “Beautiful”, “Get away, get away”, and “I’m sorry”. After more than 600 entries were submitted, director Ridley Scott selected the above film, titled “Porcelain Unicorn”, as the winner.

You can also browse all the different entries on the contest page over on YouTube.

Porcelain Unicorn (via Reddit)


 
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  • Brx4529

    Sad, sweet, uplifting

  • Brx4529

    Sad, sweet, uplifting

  • Brx4529

    Sad, sweet, uplifting

  • Michael Young

    Film-making, story-telling at its best.

  • http://www.obrienstudios.com Pat O’Brien

    Amazing

  • http://www.obrienstudios.com Pat O’Brien

    Amazing

  • http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=55709477 Sam Wallace

    Beautiful

  • http://twitter.com/chichovalentino Chicho Valentino

    La pureza del unicornio.