___ mater (school you once attended)

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Random information on the term ” Alma”:

Alma is a 2009 Spanish computer-animated dark fantasy horror short film produced by ex-Pixar animator Rodrigo Blaas. It had received notable recognition at the Fantastic Fest awards. The word “alma” in Spanish means “soul”.

The film is about a girl named Alma who wanders into a deserted town and store.

On a cold day in Barcelona, Alma comes wandering down a quiet alleyway. Encountering a wall with names of various children, she then writes her own name. Startled by a noise of mechanical clogs behind her, she turns cautiously around and discovers a doll, on display in a shop window, that looks identical to her. Curiously, she tries to enter the shop only to find that the door is locked. In frustration, Alma throws a snowball at the door. Thinking the shop is closed, Alma begins to walk away before the door suddenly opens. Alma enters the store.

As Alma walks in, she is presented with shelves filled with dolls. Elated, she notices the doll of herself on a table. Walking towards it, she trips over a small toy of a boy riding a bicycle. The toy pedals across the floor and heads to the exit but the door closes before the toy can escape. Alma starts to climb a shelf to reach the doll. The moment she touches the doll, she finds herself looking at the shop below from the doll’s perspective.

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