This film on the absurdity of the film industry cuts across all cultures
Although this film was made in the old Soviet Union about the absurdity of the film industry, it sure seems to be full of ideas that cut across all cultures. FILM, FILM, FILM makes fun of the many problems facing getting a film from inception to a critical success. It all starts with a struggling writer and slowly you see the project take shape. Agents, child actors, re-writes, and premiers are all lampooned here and it really makes you feel sorry for the writers, directors and actors! The style of cartooning used in this short film is very much indicative of the 1960s--with often minimalist backgrounds, simple drawings and a frenetic pace. To heighten this, excellent writing and zippy music is used and all these factors work together to make for a funny film.
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