Time Out (1984 film)

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Time Out
Directed by Priit Pärn
Screenplay byPriit Pärn
Music by Olav Ehala
Distributed by Tallinnfilm
Running time
9 min.
CountryEstonia
LanguageEstonian

Time Out (Original title Aeg Maha) is a 1984 Estonian animated short film. It was directed by Priit Pärn and produced by Tallinnfilm.

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Plot

The film is about a cat who loses his time, trying to do many things simultaneously and fails at everything. After that, time breaks apart, and he travels to the world of the infinite absurd. In the end, all returns to its place and problems.

Production

Reception

The film was given a 1985 Varna World Animation Film Festival award.


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