This movie just got a whole lot darker.
Like any good Pixar flick, "Inside Out" elicited a hefty dose of tears as the main character Riley grew up, matured and dealt with her changing relationships to the people around her.
But Jordan Hanzon, a film student at the University of Utah, found a way to make the movie even more heartbreaking -- by editing out all of the "Inside" scenes.
The result is a tear-jerking tale of a girl struggling to fit in in her new school and city.
People took to Reddit to discuss how the edits made the movie so different:
And others thought the movie took on a new meaning (and genre) entirely:
Looks like there really is no "Inside Out" when it's just the outside.
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