Disney's Oscar nominated short "Paperman" was posted on the company's YouTube page yesterday. The clip tells the story of a guy who falls for a girl he runs into on a train platform and then re-encounters while looking out from his office's window. The 6-minute black-and-white film, that debuted at the Annecy Animation Festival, and was featured in theaters in front of "Wreck it Ralph", is a sweet reminder of Disney's hand-drawn cartoons and the power of destiny.
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