Psychology. An often idealized image of a person, usually a parent, formed in childhood and persisting unconsciously into adulthood.
All cons that one can have against "short films" fall as of first images from this superb drawing animated, twelve minutes mixing technical 2d and 3d Fascinating of hack vast screen biographical (a father who as an aviator crashed, its orphan son which one sees growing and aging in a lyric continuum), Imago... is a "tour de force". But it is also the brilliant adequacy between the means of animation, the reduced format, a refined chromatic pallet declining the autumn in erudite architectures of brown cathedrals, the direction of the elasticity of the time wasted and found in the same retrospective movement. Remain to know if the system of French production, which has neither Pixar nor Studio Ghibli, can help this kind of talent not to finish as a designer for commercials or an anonymous flunkey for large foreign productions
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A little-known, Bangalore-based software company, Kadambi Software, announces its intention to buy out global search and software giant Google. Takeover Today went to find out just how. And who the heck Kadambi software were. In an exclusive interview with Kadambi Software founder and CEO, Padmanabh Kadambi.