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This short sequence from "Legs" features the caveman's realization that he's been drawing the same thing over and over again. This breaks him out of his "trance" of repetition.

In this sequence from "Shift," Bruno the boulder is granted an opportunity - the growing fire is about to remove the "mess" built on top of him. However, struck with an unfamiliar feeling, he soon discovers that the thought of the eggs burning away is impossible for him to ignore.

This early conceptual sequence from "Shift" introduces us to a community of peaceful rocks, and presents the film's first conflict. This sequence features an alternate introduction to the film's two main characters - Bruno the boulder, and Dorothy the bird.


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