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Mall 84: A love letter to the 1980’s [Short Film]

Gervais Merryweather descrives his short film, “Mall 84,” as a love letter to the 1980’s, and it truly is. From old people smoking at the mall to kids playing at the local arcade (which were much more present in our lives back then,) this movie will bring a pleasant feeling of nostalgia to anyone who […] The post Mall 84: A love letter to the 1980’s [Short Film] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.
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MALL 84

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Gervais Merryweather describes his animated short as a “love letter to the 1980s,” and we think he nailed it. From the kids in the video arcade, to the giant hairdos, and TV store window displays. What pushes it over the edge is the...

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