@devotedtodisneyYou are very welcome!
So you saw it on the silver screen before, that's great - I would've love that too.This is a really nice piece of art. I was so rooting for this guy to get one of his paperplanes into the window (^_^) hehe.
I haven't seen "Wreck-it Ralph" yet, but I heard it's superb.And who doesn't love "Up"? ;D
By the way did you realize that every singel Pixar movie has a male as main character?"Brave" is the first one staring a female as a protagonist.
So Paperman won an Oscar for best animated short film and it totally deserved it.
The story is about a young man attempts to get the attention of a young woman by throwing paper airplanes by her window.
Paperman is only 6 minutes long and it was the most beautiful, the most adorable, and just spot on perfection, and that's only 6 minutes of film showed. It's amazing how short animated films can tell a better love story than real life.
¡¡Me encanta!! es tan bonita. Como las historias clasicas de Disney. Ademas es sencilla sin artificios, sin efectos especiales ni chorradas. Y se dice tanto sin palabras.
highly recommended for those bereft of an ability to examine things beyond their own knee jerk reactionsthe use of b&w i guess gives it a quaint, faux-vintage feel, which appeals to those that want to appear elegant by having taste towards old romantic flicks, but don't have the patience to watch casablancadoesnt help that wreck it ralph was crap as well
oh my feels!Totally amazing, I love it! You definitely have to watch it.
Totally ninja! Haha love this short film, it reminds me of the old Disney films.
So lovely you thought of me :-)
I was very lucky to see this on the Silver Screen before Wreck It Ralph.
Simple, elegant and absolutely beautiful piece of art.
This, along with the husband/wife scene in Up, are my favourites.
Thank you for sharing this with me so I can enjoy it all over again :)
@devotedtodisney (Me)You're going to love this!
Disney's Oscar nominated short "Paperman" was posted on the company's YouTube page yesterday.Watch it here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aTLySbGoMX0
It is a sweet reminder of Disney's hand-drawn cartoons and the power of destiny.ENJOY :)