We all know that couple who look uncomfortably alike… but this is extreme.
A Double Life (2018) is a slick and snappy story with more plot twists in under three minutes than most films have in thirty. An example of tight execution, the short is a reminder to make films only as long as they absolutely need to be.
Job, Joris & Marieke is the name of the Utrecht, Netherlands animation studio, named of course after its three founding members Job Roggeveen, Joris Oprins, and Marieke Blaauw. They not only produce their own shorts, but also take on commercial work of both the moving and static varieties. If you enjoyed A Double Life, below is Job, Joris & Marieke’s 2014 Oscar-nominated short, A Single Life (you see what they did there), where a simple idea is explored thoroughly and executed with confidence: