The animation you're about to watch is kind of a flip book animation from a Japanese comedian named Tekken. It's to commemorate 140 years of the Shinano Mainichi Shimbun paper. There is no dialog, nor is there a translation, but there doesn't need to be. There are universal emotions on display in this short. It's very moving and some of you may even need a facial tissue handed towards the end. I have more to say, but I'm going to put it after the video so that you'll know what I'm talking about. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BPDUZg9fFiA#t=109
Aside from the touching message of finding your own path in life, the actual tribute to the paper is awesome. In our modern age saving something like a newspaper seems ridiculous, but then when you consider how significant that really is and how it can map out a life-time of achievements it's actually incredible. It makes print relevant if for no other reason than it's like touching that moment in time once more. I hope you enjoyed the animation.