The dialogue-free Dawit (or Daewit) was a huge hit on the short animation festival circuit around the world. It tells the story of baby Dawit, who lives with his violent father and fearful mother on a small island, before his mother decides his best chance of survival is elsewhere and puts him in a tiny boat and sends him out to sea. Washed up on a beach, Dawit is brought up by a pack of wolves before humans intervene. But can Daewit live in our human world and can he forget his dark past? Dawit was produced by Fabian&Fred, while the writing credits are shared by David Jansen and Sophie Biesenbach. If you like the short animation Dawit be sure to rate it and share it!

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