Watashi no Kao is a hauntingly cool (yet sadly, very short) work by the (in)famous Keita Kurosaka.
Right off the bat, the story is not the focus, as there is very little.
What is of focus is the incredible art style that Kurosaka employs. A twisted, surreal depiction of humanity that embodies the grotesque, creating a style that is oddly part-realistic and part-surrealistic. This style is often seen in his works, and speaks to the unique nature of his artistry. I love it.
The sound design is very good, and backs up the intense imagery with an equal dose of intense sounds. It feels demented, out
of this world, and engrosses you into the images therein.
I greatly enjoyed this short animation, and would recommend it highly to open-minded animation fans and Kurosaka devotees (all of which seem to be only me so far).