A mind-bending animation directed by René Laloux and designed by Mœbius, The Masters of Time (Les Maîtres du temps) takes us into a dream-like state. A young boy trapped on a hostile planet waits for rescue from his father's friends.
Film-maker Lars Henriks (https://www.larshenriks.de) of the New Hamburg School of Filmmaking tells us why he chose this film. We talk dreams and half-heard voices, and also how this film is so popular it could be a kind of copypasta.
Why did it scar Luke as a child? And what did Hamza(@instahamz) wish he had done before listening?
Music by E.M.M.A (@oiiiemma)