A lovely art film, William. The main models and their animation, the sets, props, lighting and foley: they're all a delight.
For me the music finds a good median: keeping material normality at bay whilst not venturing overly far into the odd and alien. It's practically impossible to say which compositional style I prefer between the familiar, stirring and romantic, such as John Williams' choice for Star Wars, and the strange, bleak and unsettling, such as Jerry Goldsmith's approach for Alien. I love both and perhaps it's a false choice - both have valid places in the vast world of film-making.
I've always enjoyed contemplative fantasies like this one but these days they're all too rare. My other half watched your video and said she enjoyed the models (she has designed and built several miniatures, some of them quite complex), the animation and music, but would have preferred a stronger storyline. We agreed to disagree. Call me eccentric but while viewing some works of art I tend to dislike strong built-in narratives wherever they constrain or interfere with my contemplative musings. However, it's also pretty clear that narrative as such has become the be-all and end-all for most folks in these days of the global village.
Very well done and many thanks for the contemplative musings.