This Bangladeshi 3D animation film looks stunning! Watch the trailer for "Tomorrow"

These are exciting times! The film industry of Bangladesh has come a long way from the cliched “poor boy meets rich girl” stories. Bangladesh has seen an influx of tasteful films and dramas, and these films have been critically acclaimed on international platforms. Now we have an animated film underworks.

Cycore Studio presents “Tomorrow”, a twenty-five minutes long 3D animated film. The budget for this film is one crore taka and it has been directed by Mohammad Shihab Uddin.

The film is set to be premiered on 29th November.

It will be premiered worldwide on 30th November at 7 pm, on channel Dipto. The animated film will also be available on YouTube after the worldwide premier.

The Plot

The film shows the world in a morbid state with melting ice-caps, rising sea level, depleted fossil fuel, polluted air and so on. It depicts that in a not-so-distant future, low-lying countries like Bangladesh are getting submerged due to global warming. The future of the world is uncertain and dark.

The film centres around the protagonist, a young boy from Bangladesh named Ratul who did not care much for the environment. But all that changes one day when he meets a spiritual and supernatural being, Batasher Buro. This supernatural being shows Ratul how mankind has slowly destroyed Earth. Ratul resolves himself to save the world and he calls on all the other children around the globe. Together, they embark upon a journey to save the world.

The Message

The film intends to illustrate the impact of global warming and how imperative it is to make a stand. Since the primary viewers will be kids and teenagers, the film will try to empower the young minds and motivate them to work for the sustainability of the environment.

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