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Burning House

"Burning Houses" centers around a young boy drawn deeper into the web of life's relationships and experiences, who begins to question reality, perception and meaning. He finds "Pieces" - a structure amidst a dusty city made of thousands of stained glass that form stories and pictures on the walls and ceilings. The stained glass tints the outside world, colors everything with the transience and fragility of a mere story, making reality seem weightless and irrelevant. However, as the tiny worlds of many are shaken at its very foundations, it become impossible to ignore the inescapable nature of reality. the value of human expression, and one's true place in an ever changing world.

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