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A young girl goes off her medication and leaves a bleak metropolis to immerse herself in a vibrant oceanic cove.

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Evan Viera

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Chris Bishop (story), Chris Bishop | 2 more credits »
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Caldera sees a young woman living with mental illness of some sort in a grey society which requires her to take medication to keep in the world of the normal people. When she decides to quite her medicine she heads out to a beautiful ocean lagoon of her own making and intense beauty, but all the time the glowering reality of the city is menacing her and approaching her. The woman knows she can really neither stay totally lost in this beautiful world she has created, nor cope with the crippling restrictions of the medication. Written by bob the moo

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11 March 2012 (USA) See more »

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5 November 2017 | by KirpianuscusSee all my reviews

it is the most beautiful character of this animation about the return to origin, escaping from yourself, discovering the real peace out of civilization. "Caldera" is a special film. you feel that scene by scene and the carapace as heap of stones is one of explanations. not the only, off course. because Evan Viera purpose seems be to give a splendid technical animation. the story - only a sketch for the viewer who could create a coherent meaning for himself.

so, a magnificent turtle, a young woman, a bottle with pills and the ocean. and it is enough for a film who seduce and convince to go to looking a sense/story for it.


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