This film gets down to the nuts and bolts of many relationships: a story about love and not knowing how good it is until it’s gone. Screwed Up is a colorful stop-motion animation by Kris Hofmann that uses only hardware in a classic workshop to tell it’s story… and what a poignant job with such un-emotional objects. Hofmann says, “After a short honeymoon period monotony and arguments settle in. One deserts the other, but regrets that very decision soon after and embarks on a search for the missing other half.” Supported with pitch perfect sound and music by Alexander Zlamal, this is a film I could love for a long time.
Screwed Up: A Love Story Told With Hardware
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