Credits & Info
- Nov 2, 2012 | 6:20 AM EDT
The story revolves around the young friendship of
a boy and girl. One day they plant a seed in a field,
soon after the boy's father shows p and takes him
away. Many years pass and the seedhas now grown into
a beautiful sakura tree.But the two friends are
no-longer in contact and are in very different
circumstances due to their distanced friendship...
My initial idea was to have a story driven short-film
that would not rely heavily on visual aspects. Hence I
used colours and simplistic shapes to give objects more
significance according to their place in the story.
The reason I decided to use children in the beginning
was to portray a sense of innocence that would expose
viewers vulnerability. The story takes a twist at some
point to drive in a lasting message that
"Time Waits for No Man"