Watch: Weird Animated Short ‘Catisfaction’ Featuring a Giant Cat

Watch: Weird Animated Short ‘Catisfaction’ Featuring a Giant Cat

by Alex Billington
July 8, 2022
Source: Youtube

Maybe it’s just the story of a man and a cat. Maybe it’s something more than that? Maybe cats can change the world? Maybe not. Satisfaction is a very weird and fun animated short now available online thanks to Short of the Week. It is created by a Portuguese animator named Andre Almeida, inspired by his family’s cat named “Simba”. It’s hard to describe, better just watch. But here is how Almeida introduces this: Satisfaction is the story of a man and a cat. No sorry… A man, a cat and a dream. Wait…probably a man, a cat, a dream and a vespa! It’s about relationships and how they can shape our lives forever. But it’s also about a strange character and his cat claiming his way to eternity. This probably won’t help clarify or explain anything, but it’s a fun introduction nonetheless. It all seems so strange until it comes together at the very end. with the final plan, then everything makes sense. Even though I still don’t know why the cat is so huge?

Short film of satisfaction

Thanks to Short of the Week for featuring this one. Short description from YouTube: “It’s a story about relationships and how they can shape our lives forever… It’s also about a strange character and his cat who claims his way to eternity. Maybe it’s just a story about a man and a cat. But a good one. » Satisfaction is directed by Portuguese animation filmmaker André de Almeida – he is a self-taught 3D animator based in Lisbon. You can follow him on IG @andre__bonito or see more of his work on his Vimeo. He explains: “As I began to understand the great feedback on my work and grew tired of working on projects that did not reflect my vision and what I considered my art, I devoted myself to working on projects that would better represent my identity. as an artist. It’s good to see him do unique work like this. With music composed by Gonçalo Abrantes. For more information, visit SOTW or Vimeo. To see more short films, click here. Thoughts?

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