A film student made one of the funniest animations ever. I actually laughed out loud.

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A film student made one of the funniest animations ever. I actually laughed out loud.

When Royal College of Art student Rory Waudby-Tolley was struggling to find inspiration for his final film, he stumbled upon the business card of Mr. Madila, a gifted spiritual healer.

According to the card, he solves problems concerning “black magic, love voodoo, sexual impotency, business transactions, exams, immigration problems, court cases and gambling.”

Intrigued, Rory called the number and recorded a series of conversations with his newfound friend, exploring the inner mind, the fabric of the universe and the nature of reality itself.

“Everything is mostly nothing,” Madila said. “Look closely and you can see all the little bits and pieces, and all the gaps in-between.”

Rory cut the audio and added visuals to create this though-provoking yet brilliantly funny animation, which he showed to Madila.

I actually laughed out loud at 5:09…






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