Oscar-winning Twelve minutes The most dramatic and tragic short film available on Netflix will make you cry.

Spend 12 minutes on this short film today—you won't regret it.  

With its powerful topic and focus on gun murder, Netflix's silent animated short film "If Anything Happens I Love You" by Will McCormack and Michael Govier resonated worldwide. 

When they developed and filmed this short film about a parents grieving their child after a US school massacre in 2020, they had no clue it would be an instant smash and win an Academy Award. 

When the film hit Netflix, it was one of the most-watched films and a top-10 trending topic for a long time.  

This film's genius is that it presents a heavy, heartbreaking issue with feelings we can relate to. It follows bereaved parents who sat at opposite sides of the dining table, unable to comfort each other. 

You can see them suffering every second in the terrible solitude and loneliness.  

Their black-and-white sorrow pierces your heart and symbolizes their despair. 

Despite the film's monochromatic canvas, it uses colours to reference their daughter’s memory. It's a poignant reminder that their world is no longer the same.  

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