Death to the Tinman is one of the most original and fascinating short films that I’ve seen. (It reminded me of Wes Anderson’s style a bit) I first saw it at the Nashville Film Festival last year, when it was shown before another film. It was one of those rare experiences where I tuned into what I was watching 100%. It’s hard to describe, so I’m not even going to try.
That said, I recommend paying $2 for this at the iTunes Store. I’m curious what you think about it.
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