The critically acclaimed short film Go Home Homura, You are Drunk spread across the nation over night as a massive viral hit. Everything about this piece is wonderful; the animation, cinematography, and character development clearly surpasses that of its contemporaries. This animated feature spins the tale of five young girls throwing away their troubles for one night of partying that they will never forget. The adventure hooks audiences in, but the drama was what really attracted young teens across the country. Teenagers could relate to the struggles that the cast faced and were strongly empathetic to the protagonists. I highly suggest you give Go Home Homura, You are Drunk a chance because this short just might open your eyes to the complex lives of teenagers.
"I enjoy talking to you. Your mind appeals to me. It resembles my own mind except that you happen to be insane."
Berthe Morisot - Portrait of the Artist’s Daughter (1886)