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Kiri and Lou

Kiri and Lou is an animated series about empathy, hand-crafted in stop motion with creatures made of clay, in a forest of cut-out paper. Each five-minute story is told with humour and joy, about the friendship of two prehistoric creatures and their adventures in the forest a long, long time ago. Kiri and Lou laugh and sing, and play all kinds of games with their friends as they learn to deal with the emotions of childhood.

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