In what first appears to be a “Wall-e Esque” short film by Chapman student Jack Anderson, Wire Cutters switches things up with a rather dark turn around the 5:45 mark.

“My biggest inspiration for the story was to show how us humans are constantly ruining relationships over the smallest things,” Anderson said. “This is something everyone’s done so I wanted to encapsulate it in a very contained fable. It ends up being a pretty universal thing people can connect to.”

Wire Cutters went on to win numerous awards including becoming a finalist for a Student Academy Award.

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