The Christmas Lottery is one of the oldest endlessly moving lotteries in the world. It has happened each year in Spain since 1812, having subsisted both the Spanish Civil War and World War II. It’s a pretty big deal, which explains why the commercial-grade herald this year’s raffle is a Disney-level inspired short cinema that might leave you reaching for a container of tissues by the end. With the state of Christmas advertising around the world in 2015, Disney and Pixar might need to up their recreation moving forward. With solid animation and every last heartstring drew, simple-minded ads are growing works of art.

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