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On a stormy night in Victorian Dublin, a post-mortem photographer receives his latest subject, a recently deceased young woman. 'Memento Mori' means 'Remember Death', and this night, and this encounter with the dead young woman will be unforgettable.
Memento Mori is a multi award-winning, Irish animated short film. It is currently visiting film festivals across the globe.
“An elegantly animated supernatural morality tale... a wry and moving study of creativity, guilt and responsibility”
“A standout piece... the film transports its audience into the Victorian era and does a brilliant job of setting the mood and tone from start to end.”
Wales Arts Review
“A beautiful animated gothic short film about death and what we leave behind”
Irish Film Festival London
“This is a stunner. Anyone who thinks an animated short can't make you scream is dead wrong.”
Galway Film Fleadh
“creepy and touching, like a classic M.R. James ghost tale”
Irish FIlm Critic
“Paul O’Flanagan delivers an exceptionally skilled animation film”
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