An animator's commissioned works, rejected because of their increasingly absurd and violent tone (reflecting the animator's own progressive breakdown), eventually find their entire animated world collapsing in upon itself. Written by
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Don Hertzfeldt almost never uses a script during production and prefers to improvise and shape a film "as it goes along". This was no different, and much of post-production was spent radically retooling the entire piece through sound and editing. Some of the film's dialogue wasn't even written until after the film was animated and photographed, to allow for fresh improvisation and experiments. See more
Tuesday's coming, did you bring your coat?
I live in a giant bucket.
[the head of a little angry monster suddenly grows out of Guy #1's head and begins to scream something in an indeterminable language
Spoofs Barry Lyndon
Nu är det jul igen
Traditional Swedish Christmas song See more