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“He said we can only speak through our paintings,” Kobiela told Voice of America. “And these words were very important for me and they were actually the reason we are making this film like that.”

Filmmakers estimate that this 80-minute film will mandate around 57,000 painted frames. We can’t wait to see it when it debuts!

H/T GOOD

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