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"The Shivering Truth" seeks to access the unconscious mind with its new stop-motion anthology comedy that is used to tackle topics on life, death and human nature. Darkly surreal and delicately crafted, it delves into riotous daymares that reek of dream logic. It is a series of loosely-linked emotional parables about stories within stories that seep from the mind and into the real world. Watch as a guy grows hands out of his chest and a little girl goes missing in her own living room in this dark anthology where escape is a fantasy.

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If one holds one's mother against the ear and listens closely, one's dead father's voice can be heard softly crying "my child has gone banana."
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Dying once every three seconds brings shame on everyone.
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Right under one's nose, the right eye secretly murders the left eye.
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The only thing hotter than the future is the present, and the only thing wetter than a present is the itchy glass of molten absolution that just quenched the thrust of Tessa's face.
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Unfortunately, everything in the whole universe just oozed out from Doug Dwyer's head.
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The grudge match between Order and Chaos is finally settled in a slapfight, and whoever is victorious will get a sexy new atomic makeover.
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Violet discovers that the scalding throb that rips through the body every few seconds has a name: "The Rest of the World."

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