The Primary Difference is Who You See in Yourself

The Primary Difference is Who You See in Yourself

The Primary Difference is Who You See in Yourself
The Primary Difference is Who You See in Yourself

The narrative of this film follows a woman in a toxic work environment. The film uses abstraction and reduction in order to avoid negative implications associated with body image that less-stylized human forms can bring in traditional character animation, while also utilizing methods of visual music meant to induce a state of synesthesia.

Directed by Erin M Wiljanen (USA)

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