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More (1998)

A worker in a factory learns a lesson about life. When is enough? Nominated for an Academy Award and awarded the Best Short Film at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival MORE is a stop-motion mixed-media short film written and directed by Mark Osborne. The music is "Elegia" by New Order. Available on DVD along with an hour long making of documentary called MAKING MORE at www.happyproduct.com

 
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    MORE tells the story of an old, tired inventor as he struggles through joyless life in a drab and passionless society, leading the same cold and colorless existence accepted by the identical drones around him. At once tortured and inspired by his dreaming of and yearning for his younger carefree days, he struggles to finish the invention he hopes will give his life meaning and worth. His world, and the world of those around him, is transformed when his secret invention is completed. However, his subsequent success does not come without sacrifice. The inventor realizes that the true essence of his inspiration cannot be manufactured...

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