|Genres||Animation Drama Short|
|Director||Christoph Lauenstein Wolfgang Lauenstein|
|Country||Germany, West Germany|
|Plot||The setting is on a floating platform where a group of evenly and carefully placed men live. Each man is aware that the platform is not stable and in order not to fall to their deaths, they maintain a careful balance of weight to prevent the platform from tipping too far and cause them all to fall. This reasonably harmonious understanding is lost when one man pulls up a heavy trunk. In the ensuing struggle, balance is lost in more than one sense.... see Balance on IMDb|
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|A whirlwind tour of first-class animated shorts, "The World's Greatest Animation" assembles, for the first time, an eye-popping assortment of Academy Award winners and nominees from the years 1978-1991. Includes: Creature Comforts (directed by "Wallace & Gromit's" Nick Park), Balance, Technological Threat, The Cat Came Back, Your Face (directed by Bill Plympton), A Greek Tragedy, Anna & Bella, The Big Snit, Charade, Sundae in New York, The Great Incognito (directed by Will Vinton), Tango, The Fly, Crac!, Every Child, Special Delivery.|
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