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Resurrecting characters from his 1984 short story.
Director Tim Burton returns to stop motion animation in his new movie Franken leaning unions some.
The black and white movie follows a young boy who brings his beloved dog back to life by conducting -- science experiment.
For -- this type of time consuming film making is worth the effort to take.
This inanimate object and make it.
Come to life.
It's just such an exciting beautiful old -- that doesn't change but I think that's why people like doing it still like there's a little bit of technology with certain with the digital cameras which make it slightly easier but.
At the same time I think the reason we all love it is is that it goes back the beginning of -- of somebody still has to move this.
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The film just my -- -- the movie was inspired by the death of Tim's childhood dog.
We asked some of the famous -- stars about their favorite pat I drove -- to my house.
And it's I dog wouldn't like -- RRR.
It's -- relationship you have with the pet that if you have it it's quite special it's a kind of your first love and the dog I had.
Had this form mystical this temper -- the dog was meant live very long but in this living quite a long time.
But there's always that Specter hanging over like well maybe this is -- last.
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It but that did.
Too much textures -- -- -- Burton's long career has been defined by his quirky style but he just tells the stories he wants to tell.
He's been like your whole life trying to become a human being and then all of us and you become a thing and it's like so I credits -- exercise those thoughts out of my head.
I think about -- lives his life style and this is what I do.
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