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Tup Tup is another uniquely fascinating animated short from Zagreb Films
This is another animated short from Zagreb Films that I just discovered on Cartoon Brew as linked to YouTube. Tup Tup is, I guess, the two musical beats constantly heard from a man in a big-city apartment who is trying to get some sleep but can't because of those sounds. The rest is a kaleidescope of sounds and images and music that it's impossible for me to describe so all I can say is you should watch this short on YouTube or anywhere else you may stumble on to this short online. The director is Nedeljko Dragic and boy, what an imagination he has! Oh, and one more thing: Oscar-nominated Tup Tup is definitely not for children so that's my warning to you to those who were wondering.
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