Short video for Breakfast – Dream, when man kills the dream of biodiversity

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1 February 2019

Dream is the touching video produced by Zombie Studio in which animals sing "I Dreamed to Dream" while their lives are killed by man.

At the Wildlife Conservation Film Festival (WCFF) every year studios, production companies, and independent artists present their films and short films that shed light, in different ways, on the extinction problem of some species and the ever-faster disappearance of biodiversity.

Among various works presented this year, the one that caught our attention is the animated short film by Zombie Studio, entitled Dream.

A whale, a pelican, a rhinoceros and his puppy, two small seals live happily in their habitat singing the notes of the famous song I Dreamed a Dream from musical Les Misérables. Everything seems to be going well until suddenly, on the horizon, the man is arriving, on a ship, on a jeep or on any other means.

Precisely, it’s with the arrival of man that the life of animals, who are unable to survive rifles, harpoons, knives, changes drastically, dramatically.

In a simple, but at the same time original way, the creatives of the Zombie Studio, can make us live the drama of some species and make us understand that it is true, sometimes life kills the dreams we dream, but the dreams of thousands of animals are killed not by life, but by man.

“I had a dream my life would be
So different from this hell I’m living
So different now from what it seemed
Now life has killed the dream
I dreamed”

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