Salvador Dali - Destino. Walt Disney (2003)

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Destino is an animated short film released in 2003 by The Walt Disney Company. Destino is unique in that its production originally began in 1945, 58 years before its eventual completion. The project was a collaboration between American animator Walt Disney and Spanish painter Salvador Dalí, and features music written by Mexican songwriter Armando Dominguez and performed by Dora Luz.[1] It was included in the Animation Show of Shows in 2003.

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Ham Innes : I’m not even gonna try and understand what going on, but i respect it

Bella Bella : Every time I watch this I think of Megara from Walt Disney’s Hercules

INTRO Sting : beautiful mortal woman in search of true love fighting time.

camilo weinmann : creepyest badtripp of my life!!!

mdude625 : The backgrounds definitely have that Dali design.

struck21 : The image at 3:41 is beyond outstanding.

Mischief Maker : this was kinda weird and confusing but i liked the animation Lol

Silver-Wolf-17 : This has so many qualities of a nightmare yet I absolutely love the style and transitions

Alexander Marrero : Beautiful!!!

MonkeyspankO : The 20th Century was a weird time to be alive in, no wonder people born in it are still not quite right even today. The destruction of the previous western belle epoque, too many wars to count, cultural, idealogical and technological upheaval. People born after 1990 have no idea how good they have it. But it was beautiful too, despite the horror...learn from it. Good and bad.

Kayneth Withmoor : This story is so sad

Leonard Dixon : Oh, this is evidently the original soundtrack - other videos of this on YT & FB use music by Pink Floyd.

TheHeartMachine : Mesmerizing

Rertner Furtheng : Oh man, the early CG <3

Alex Vela : time's what goes on and always will, love will be our end, our destiny

Pee jay : Well. I never need to trip acid ever again.

WAFFENAMT1 : Disney is the Greatest.....

Giverny Ives : Magical!

PACR66 : Crap, this is awesome!

hitmontopz : Drink Cactus juice it'l Quench ya NOTHINGS IS QUENCER (avatar the last airbender fans will under stand this)

katieee beee : I am speechless.... this was just remarkable!!!

William Salvador : that was a really different time than now,... you know in those 1940´s disney really used to do art, the really art thats why Dalí wanted to work with Walt and Hench, the reason that this short film released in 2003 its because the economical problems of the second word war.

cadstic : sometimes i feel sad about the things i missed... then i feel happy when i discover them

SammichQween : Omg that was amazing

[夢] pro pain : This is great. The world should see.

M B : neat. ow

G Beck : I know the feeling! XD i love both these artists, I feel so lame and guilty for not completely understanding it. XD

Ingisen : It annoys me how hard it is to understand animations such as these...

CagedKitty &Friends : DALI TEAMED UP WITH DISNEY? Is this real life? Am I dreaming? My favorite painter teamed up with fucking Walt Disney?

Emey Troi : Did anyone else want to cry from the beauty of this piece...? ;u;

cm sc : terrific job!!! absolutely amazing, i feel in a beautiful Dali's dream!! WOW !

neocrimsoncloud : It's like I read a love story while on an acid trip.

Anon Azure : Oh my goodness! So beautiful and artistic! It's a visual treat! I love this so much!!!

Samrat Chakraborty : Amazing;wonderous, and fantastic

Rodrigo Prevato : This is just so amazing friend!!

Diaari l : WHY DON'T I KNOW ABOUT THIS ? and WHY is there only 9 comments ? this is just amazing ! i mean ... just wow !

Msr Wilo : no mames esta re verga

tom tom tom tom tom : the music is terrible...j

DeadJ0ker27 : I personally don't find it disturbing but I guess some people might find the part at 5:12 where the spikes protruding from the turtles' backs are holding up, and piercing, loose, dead flesh stretched into old faces, a little unsettling. I tried to use commas to make that sentence less confusing, but i have shit grammar.

Connor Ollive : how is this disturbing?

Cannibal713 : Beautiful and still a bit disturbing at the same time. I believe Salvador Dalí would have approved.

nate ill : so inspiring and beautiful

kidinabstract : I kinda feel like I should've been high in order to watch this ...

Al Guien : ethereal

Derek Mogambo : #Thanks #VERYCool just got back from a print exhibition of "concept art" for this piece~ #GREATshit that old #Dali, he was a card, a character, a giant, a nutcase, & one of my all-time #FAVORITEs

anto lepore : Adobe ?

Erica Collins : Brilliant

the mighty duck : Huh. Trippy.

Backyard Stranger : Epic.