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Unapeeling, an animated short by Amber Baris

In Unapeeling, an animation by Ringling College of Art and Design graduate Amber Baris, “a hopeful onion is prepared to make friends on his first day of school but quickly learns he can’t get close to anyone without making them burst into tears.” Will the onion find a friend?

crying in class
getting onto the bus
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