Awesome 3D Animation "The Thief Of Faces"

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"The Thief Of Faces" - A Screen Capture (With Additional Text) From The Video
A Screen Capture From The Video "The Thief Of Faces" With Additional Text

I found a very cool video on recently and am posting it here for you to check out.

If you  are a fan of both 3D animation and Film Noir then you'll probably enjoy this one.

If you don't know already, Wikipedia describes Film noir as a visual style of the 1940's and 50's gritty Hollywood crime dramas, shot in black and white with high contrast lighting, that "has roots in German Expressionist cinematography...[deriving storylines] from the hard-boiled school of crime fiction that emerged in the United States during the Great Depression."

Screen Captures From The Video:  "The Thief Of Faces"
Screen Captures From The Video:  "The Thief Of Faces"

The video created by students from PrimerFrame, in the Masters In Animation School in Spain, is called "El Ladrón de Caras"...or in English:  "The Thief Of Faces". 

As you can see in the screen captures from the video uses 3D animation...and then a bit of fimed footage near the end to tell the story.
The beginning starts with a slow build up...and then gets into some nice action...and then finally tugs at the heart stings a bit at the end as well.

Oh...and there is no the story is clear in any language.  : )

Hope you enjoy it as much as I did!

"El Ladrón de Caras", de PrimerFrame from PrimerFrame on Vimeo.
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