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Max

On the Annecy Film Fest's list of the 100 greatest animated shorts of all time -- this endlessly visually-inventive irreverent short from the singular Bill Plympton never fails to make me laugh, and I often find myself singing the plunderphonic-esque song that accompanies it. "Your ...Read more

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Janice

Fabulous! Imaginative. Funny. Does things on screen that you can only achieve with animation. Music's weird - I guess appropriate to subject matter. Will Watch it again!

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