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Floating

USA, 2001 (MIFF 2002, Animation)

Director: Chansoo Kim

A floating man attracts a crowd of onlookers. After a comical series of failed rescue attempts, the man resumes his ascent. A warm and lyrical film that is sure to delight audiences.

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