dear dad

A short film by Vince Mascoli

Posted by on June 29th, 2011 at 04:00 pm

Category: video 11 comments »

11 Responses to “dear dad”

  1. Als

    I’d never seen this. It’s beautiful.


  2. Amelia

    Gorgeous… Sadly I can relate.


  3. Samantha

    Its beautiful. I consider myself fortunate that I don’t relate. One of my parents doesn’t get it but they freely and explicitly admit that it could very well just be them and that it all actually makes sense. Based on what they say, I would not be surprised if they are actually genderless and that is why they don’t understand the idea of gender identity at all (though this could very well not be the case).


  4. Eliot-Anna

    this made me cry, but in a good way.


  5. Buster Stroker

    I posted this on my FaceBook with a comment about how beautiful, powerful and heartbreaking it was. My mother commented on my post with, “Heartbreaking for all parties concerned.” Way to make the whole thing more heartbreaking there, mom.


  6. Sarah-Sophia

    Awh, this is a beautiful video. Very heartbreaking though. Very well made.


  7. Will

    Is there a transcript of this anywhere? The animation is lovely, and I’d like to be able to appreciate the story that goes with it.


    XylophoneGender replied:

    I left a note on the movie’s FB fan page. I’ll let you know as soon as I hear back.


    XylophoneGender replied:

    Erm, as soon as I get word back.


    Will replied:

    Thank you very much.


  8. dayita

    @Buster – yes. yes it is.


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