JUNK HEAD 1 (2013)

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Finding something as beautiful and haunting as Junk Head 1 doesn’t happen often, and the only reason for my stumbling upon this was due to the wonderful Twitter community. This half an hour stop motion animation is one of the most original, imaginative and capturing pieces of work I’ve ever watched – better than the majority of high-budget films I’ve seen.

Set in the distant future, the human race has invented a way to become immortal – by using electrical pulses, human heads survive by being attached to mechanical bodies. Even though life is eternal, the ability to reproduce is lost, therefore forcing the humans to create clones using human patterning. Years after the rebellion of the clones – whom reside underground whilst the humans live on the surface – our protagonist is given a mission to delve into the underground and find a clone with the possibility to reproduce.

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