Malaria by Edson Oda is, to put it simply, awesome. It has so many different aspects to it that it's hard to categorize. At its bare bones, it's the story of Fabiano, a young mercenary, who's hired to kill death. And on a grander scale it's part short film, part illustration, and part experiment. In a short time you get Edson's style and then he shows you how far he can push it. It's pretty impressive, especially when you consider he shot and wrote the story. For more of his work visit his vimeo or portfolio.