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This Zelda fan film is sad but amazing


9:30 AM on 10.22.2012



Kennedy Baruch, the creator of the above Zelda fan film, shared with us their award-winning work after profusely complimenting our site. That always works with me. 

But this short is really great. Sad, but great. It follows a girl named Danni. She seems to be having a rough time in school and at home, but there's always The Legend of Zelda. Well, not always. You'll see.

"Escape" won the student shorts competition at the 2012 Asian Film Festival of Dallas. 

Fantastic work, Kennedy.

 

 






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