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We follow an object, transformed through its interactions with humans across time.

In conceptualising the film, I wanted to portray the passage of time, the immensity of its length in comparison to our lives. The things we do, create, and the actions we take can outlive us several times over.

Our Review:

This is a great animation film on how an object gets changed when it interacts with humans. It’s amazing how each human being uses the artifact for different purposes. Like some use it make god while some others use it to make weapons, but ultimately it’s the same object. It’s only the perspective that changes. It is also great to see the changes in time period. The quality of animation was adequate for this film. The background score and the sound effect was good. Great job!

Director Biography

Durotimi Akinkugbe, or DT for short, was born in Lagos, Nigeria; and is a young 3D Artist and Animator. He also finds writing in the 3rd person to be slightly uncomfortable.

Director Statement

I hope to create work that is both visually compelling, and provides others with food for thought. It is my aim that my films not only entertains, but provokes discussion, particularly on existential matters.


  • Project Type: Animation, Student

  • Genres: Sci-Fi, History, Time

  • Runtime: 4 minutes 35 seconds

  • Completion Date: May 12, 2021

  • Country of Origin: Nigeria

  • Film Color: Color

  • First-time Filmmaker: No

  • Student Project: Yes - Rochester Institute of Technology

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