Guy edits all the 'outside parts' of 'Inside Out' into a 15-minute film about childhood.

Guy edits all the 'outside parts' of 'Inside Out' into a 15-minute film about childhood.
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Editor Jordan Hanzon did something unusual when someone "requested an edit of Pixar's Inside Out without any of "inside""—he actually delivered on the request. The result is a short film about (much like the original) a girl moving to a new town and dealing with the emotional uproar of adolescence. Except where Inside Out goes way, way beyond the standard internal monologue (into internal ensembles), the Inside Out: Outside Edition is practically minimalist, demanding audiences infer all those internal emotions. The crazy thing is, it totally works.

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