The Astronomer's Dream

Runtime : 11 mins

Genre : Science Fiction Animation Adventure Fantasy

Vote Rating : 5.5/10

Plot : When a hungry Astronomer falls asleep while working on a problem, he discovers a solution not in outer space but in the surreal food-chain of his subconscious mind.

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