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In a land where memories hold onto keepsakes, Moom and his mentor help their fellow memories let go of the objects. When a new memory captures Moom's interest, he is faced with the prospect of losing something that is precious to him.

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Genki Kawamura (original story), Yûki Mashiko (original story)
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Courtney Lockwood Courtney Lockwood ... Moom
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In a land where memories hold onto keepsakes, Moom and his mentor help their fellow memories let go of the objects. When a new memory captures Moom's interest, he is faced with the prospect of losing something that is precious to him.

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Animation | Short

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English

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10 August 2016 (USA) See more »

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Sort of annoying, but nonetheless well-crafted.
7 December 2016 | by CinematicInceptionsSee all my reviews

Though I can understand why this became one of the more decorated animated shorts at the Rhode Island Film Festival, I must say that I did not like it. Yes, the animation was good, particularly considering that most independent animation movies are not supplied with very large budgets. And I will also admit that theme was decent and sort of interesting, but I found the film to be, for lack of a better word, too cute. Moom makes little squeaks and noises rather than talking, much like Curious George. This gets to be annoying and made it harder for me to root for him because it felt like I was watching movie with a 2-year old protagonist. Aside from that, it was somewhat impressive. The story artist(s) did a good job establishing the rules of a very abstract world in a brief amount of time. Since Moom's mentor with the space-suit is the only character that speaks in any way, it is a very visual story with mostly non-verbal communication. The theme is sort of interesting, and I heard other people who saw it saying that they liked the story more as they let it steep in their minds. I did not feel any of this, but I can kind of understand where they are coming from. I don't know where you might be able to find this aside from perhaps your local film festival, but if you do find it, it may be worth the fifteen minute run time.


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