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Streamschool (Patakiskola) – A Hungarian poem told in stop motion

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Streamschool (Patakiskola) by Péter Vácz: Inspired by a Hungarian poem, this beautifully-textured stop motion piece about growing up tells the story of a little girl who travels with a river to the sea. The version above is in Hungarian with English subtitles, but it’s also available in French: L’école des ruisseaux.

Plus! Notes on how it was made

via The Curious Brain.

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