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'Voyager' animated short warns against a tech-obsessed future

The best science fiction mixes unlikely events with reality in ways that make us ask big questions, and in the case of Voyager, the film brought a tear to my eye. Yes, really. Written and directed by France-based Loïc Magar and Roman Veiga, the short 3D animation-meets-stop motion film tells a story in which the real Voyager space probe returns to a future, dystopian Earth.
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