Two Worlds

Synopsis: Two worldly characters finding hope and coming together in the bleakest of moments. One marooned on a desolate planet and the other crash landing on the same planet. Both circumstances have benefits to helping each other find solace in this barren world.
Director(s): Andy Lefton
8 min


You don't run very fast.

Give me the red pepper!.

Okay, he's ready.

Move, Begamenian!


Hurry, our master has woken!


Go fetch another Begamenian.

A savior will come

from the second world.

Read the other side of the Maleedja.

He will Fight the tyrant.

He will come from the sky

and leave by land.

He will save us because he is...

the greatest magician of all worlds.

Queen of spades,

queen of clubs, right

I put the cards

back in the deck.

Wait while I shuffle.

Blow on them.

What strength!

Another shuffle.

A rat!

What's in here?

Queen of hearts!

And queen of clubs!

How did you do it?

Magicians never tell!

The bath is ready, kids.

I don't want a bath!

I smell stinky feet!

Go wash up!

I'll do more magic later.

I don't want a bath.

- What's wrong, honey?

- I don't know. It was like...

Hurt yourself?

Move it, kids!

You read the Maleedja all wrong!

I read it correctly.

You don't respect tradition.


The Zotarians will kill him.

I have to return to Barcelona.


It's for poor countries.

Meetings with NGOs.

To redistribute our products

in developing countries.

- lt'll...

- I know.

They ask a lot of you.

You hate me moving up.

Not at all.

It's just that...

we prefer you being around.

- Come with me then.

- No way.

Why not

I don't feel like moving.

I don't know why I still ask.

Come on!

She's full.

This is valuable

in poor countries!

Look at Mommy. She's upset.

When do the new moons arrive?

In eXactly twelve lizards.

He will appear atop this tree.

Maybe if we boil Qrums...

Where are you, Savior?

What's wrong?

Did you see?

It happened again!

- I sunk into the couch!

- But that's normal.

Who are you going with?

Dr. Antoine Geller,

the head of "Humanit-Aid."

He's becoming a habit!

No... not at all.

You mention him often.

- Really?

- Yes.

But you'll see, he's a...

really smart guy...

cultivated, very generous...

speaks 1 1 languages.

Eleven languages? What for?

For his job.

How stupid of me.

I wasn't thinking.

I can't even speak one...

You rarely talk about work.

No, everything's fine.

The museum asked me

to restore a Toulouse-Lautrec.

That's wonderful!

I'd need a security vestibule...

burglar alarms...

- Hire people, expand...

- That's good.

I don't need that.

I don't need a thing.

Yes, I do need one thing.


Here are the three Qrums.

Here, rinse them in the lake.

Fill the basket with mililiou.

Goodnight, honey.

Are you getting up early?

Not tonight, Remy. I'm tired...

- Is that tired?

- Cut it out!

Please be nice. I mean it.

I'm tired.

I'm sorry.

You know how long it's been?

Not tonight.

A month and a half!

- That's nothing.

- It's something.

What's Antoine Keller like?

Now I've heard it all.

Why not

Antoine Geller.


The Butterfly King will come

and he will Fly above our heads.

Come, leave your world and free us.


- Who wants a coffee?

- I'll have one.


Can we have 4 coffees?

- Jean-Louis!.

- Yeah, Serge?

Right away, Serge.

- Are you Remy Bassano?

- It's him.


I have a job for you.

I work across the street.

I'm coming.

I'll finish my coffee.

Can I see that?

Sorry, excuse me...

He bumped into you

and you apologized.

I do that all the time.

There's a lot of damage.

Too bad it's been recently varnished.

I'll prepare an estimate.

Are you Toulouse-Lautrec?

You bet!

- This is for Mr. Lautrec.

- I've been waiting.

Prove you're Lautrec.

It's not on the door.

It's a joke.

I'm not Toulouse-Lautrec.

It's addressed to Lautrec.

Lautrec's a painter.

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Submitted on August 05, 2018


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