In 1945 Spanish artist Salvador Dali (you know, melting clocks and stuff) and Walt Disney began their collaboration on a short animated movie - "Destino". Because of post-war financial troubles the project was to be soon abandoned. Its remains were found in 1999 by Disney's nephew. A group of 25 animators encrypted Dali's storyboards (with help of his and Gala's diaries) and began working on it. The result is mostly traditional animation with a hint of computer animation.