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A girl is harassed by her classmates. The rocks she carries around in her pocket are not just for defense against bullies. This film, which combines live action with animated images, employs imagination to instantaneously refuse the indivisible relationship between the body and land. Physical facts such as Newton’s Law of Gravitation and terrestrial gravity cannot trespass in the land of film. (Kim Joon-yang)
Sarah CoxSarah Cox
Sarah Cox studied Animation at the Royal College of Art, graduating in 1992. She has since worked as a director of short films and commercials and received many awards for her works. Her latest film is a 6 minute commission from S4C; Heavy Pockets which was nominated for the Short Animation BAFTA 2005 and won a Jury special mention at Tricky Women ‘05.