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Left-brained Larry & Right-brained Rachel

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Published on Jan 1, 2010

Winner of The Script Award at Cambridge International Film Festival.
Participant in more than 24 international festivals and other screenings.
Shown twice on Danish national television: "Troldspejlet" (DR1) and "Danskernes Akademi" (DR2).

The Story:
This is th tale of Left-brained Larry and Right-brained Rachel, a siamese twin couple stuck together by the head. Together they share only one brain, but use exactly 50% each. Larry is mathematical, logical and introverted. Rachel is artistic, philosophical and intuitive. They look like freaks and are treated as such by their surroundings. What makes matters worse, is that they are stuck together with their complete counterpart and loathe each other deeply.
One day Larry discovers a way for them to rid themselves of all the people who treated them so badly - but can this diametrical pair ever work well together?

The Production:
It was my Final Project at The European Film College in 2009. We were a team of people who had little to no experience with stop motion animation, but somehow we managed to complete the film during only one month of production with a budget of only 400 euros (it may have helped that we didn't sleep too much that month!). We were very surprised how well our student film was received and that it continues to get invited to be screened all around the world.

If you like the film, you can join our Fan Group on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/28046...

You can also follow my work at:
www.zallyaward.com
www.etsy.com/shop/zallyaward
www.facebook.com/zallyaward
www.instagram.com/zallyaward

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