Saturday, September 26, 2009

Mental Health Break

It's been an entirely drizzly, dismal, dreary day here. The kind of day where once I would have spent it curled up in an easy chair, reading. But now that Gore invented teh internets, I spent it following random links. Ran across this video. I wasn't sure I would make it through the whole thing, but it was good. An instant storyboard made of sand. Maybe you'll like it as much as I did.

Update: I didn't realize when I posted this that it's from a Ukranian television program. Thanks to reader JimBob for finding a translation for the storyline.

It was in 1941. They were in love. They had a child. But World War II had began. And he gone to war to protect his country (Soviet Union). She was waiting for him to come back alive. She´╗┐ got the letter about his death. Obelisk with a star on the top - it's the memorial to all people from Soviet Union, who was died in this war. In the end of story inscription : "You are always with us."

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