The Man and His Bird (1975)

This short film by Russian animator Anatoly Solin is a great impressionist film about a man and his pet bird. The social statement made by this film is enhanced from the surreal approach to backgrounds and characters, with music score by Sophia Gubaidulina, written by Roza Khusnutdinova and directed by Solin. Smaller films such as The Man and his Bird help stand as inspirations to those that watch by showing how a concept can be visually conveyed to an audience without the use of dialogue, rather relying on imagery and color to express and tell the tale.

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