Dive Into Sweater Weather with This Clever Short Film

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The cold always complicates matters; in summer we are all so close to the world, skin to skin.

For his recent animated short, director Zilai Feng took inspiration from Julio Cortazar’s short story, Don’t You Blame Anyone, which describes a man putting on a sweater in great detail. Feng’s film takes it one step further, capturing the all-too-familiar feeling of being trapped in a kaleidoscope of patterned wool. It is peculiar, off-beat, and a perfect accompaniment to gray days such as these. Have a watch.



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