Zapuni

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  • 3 out of 3 people found this review helpful:
    Remembering the victims of the earthquake in Japan
    These videos here are very emotional. They are made for victims of the earthquake in Japan (2011). Thousands people died and many are still missing.
    Please watch these videos and support Zapuni organisation!
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    Unique and emotional Anime
    I stumbled across this title by accident but I'm so happy I did! Not only is this a great cause, but the animation is beautiful in both videos and the music only intensifies the emotions brought across by the animation. My personal favorite was "Blossom", but "Psychedelic Afternoon" was catchy and the back story was touching.
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  • 1 out of 1 people found this review helpful:
    The power of art to move us.
    I love this project not only does it give voice to those touched by these events, but it also reminds us not to forget our fellow man, and the responsibility we have to do all we can to see them become more then these events.
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  • Excentlently done. I am glad I stumbled upon this project
    While I think they are all worth a watch (there are 3), the 2nd one ("Blossom") is definitely the most moving. I remember hearing about this tragedy a few years ago, but it ever really hit home how it affected the people in japan. I wish those in Japan who were affected by this tragedy the best as they deal with the long term implications of it in their lives
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  • Tragedy meets healing through art
    This set of music videos appears to have been created 3 years after the Japanese 2011 Tsunami to benefit the people that are still suffering from the tsunami's aftermath.

    The first video harkens to the hippie era to find solace, against the backdrop of a contemporary art movement.

    The second video is Sigur Ros with a story that is symbolic of "life must go on."

    The third video is by far ...
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  • Moving, Trippy, and Beautiful
    All three shorts are wonderful in there own way. Psychedelic Afternoon was very cheerful and colorful and reminiscent The Beatles: Yellow Submarine. Blossom was slightly more emotional (I teared up a little bit) and had more realistic animation. By Your Side was very whimsical and cute and the stop motion was beautifully done. I would say out of all three I like Blossom the best. Being a ...
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