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This delightful animation illustrates a story about a cat and a dog that share one body, on a two-dimensional landscape. It is an allegory about how people with different identities manage to coexist without being self-destructive, as in a world that rapidly changes through imperial capitalism after the end of the cold war between the East and West. (Kim Joon-yang)
Siri MelchiorSiri Melchior
Born in Copenhagen, Denmark in 1971, Siri Melchior studied Art History at Copenhagen University, graphic design at Danish Design School and animataion at Royal College of Arts. She published three illustraed books for children and directed an animated film Mambo (1996). Her graduation work Passport (1996) was awarded at the Ottawa International Animation Festival and the Stuttgart Trickfilm Festival. Since 1997, she has been working as an animator and director at Passion Pictures and other animation companies in London.