Animation • NR • 2017 • 6 min
A poetic take on the letter that kobe used to announce his retirement.
A brief, thankful and warm reflection of a career from one of the greatest to play the game.
Unexpectedly amazing, Kobe Bryant made this and it legit gave me chills, making me feel like a kid again in awe of this short film.
This is love letter to childhood dream. What happened when you gave everything to make that dream come true. Well, you become legend.
Beautiful animated shortcut starring Kobe Bryant. Very emotional.
The script and the animation are amazing
You can see the passion for basketball of Kobe Bryant imprinted on this film
A masterpiece. Touching history and an incredible animation
It is a real great short cartoon that might make you cry
As not only a basketball and NBA fan, but a Kobe fan, this short is touching, and expertly crafted to evoke feelings shared by many nba fans
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