Suzie Templeton’s “Dog” isn’t newâ€”it was first released back in 2002â€”but it’s a beautiful example of how subtlety can convey so much emotion. The father rubbing his temples, the lifeless swing of his arm after he flicks off the bedroom light. But it’s not just about character animation. The narrative is powerfulâ€”gut-wrenchingly sad and a little spooky.
Thanks to Chris Carboni for sending this my way.