La Luna is the short film that played before each showing of Pixar's Brave. And like with all of its short films, Pixar knocks this one straight out of the park. La Luna is cute, charming, beautiful, and just all around unique. The short story follows a boy, his father, and his grandfather as they clean up stars on the moon.
Brought to you by Enrico Casarosa, who mixed together inspirations from his father, Hayao Miyazaki, and a series of La Linea shorts. So good, really.
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