It’s been quite rare to see a short film that is entirely 2D animated in a handdrawn fashion that is similar to older cartoons in the 90s. But makes no mistake, Pour 585 is a modern short film that tackles one of the current era’s issues as its moral lesson. This short film is released just a day ago in Vimeo and is directed by Patrick Smith, produced by Kaori Ishida and with music by Leon Riskin.
Man, it’s been almost 7 decades since the original film appeared in theatre. And now it comes to us in the form of a 3D CGI elephant! I must admit that there are some nostalgia involved, as I did watch the film during my childhood. There are a few scenes that captivated me with its song and tale of love between mother and son.