Monsieur Turgeon lives alone. In fact, only his electric tools (toothbrush, drill and all) keep him occupy. And of course, he likes his daily dose of TV commercials. But one day, all of that is gone too. Then, he's definitely living in total solitude. Eventually, he'll find solace in music. Poor monsieur Turgeon! The animation is OK, with some real pictures being used as back drops or even for some people. Not the best from the National Film Board of Canada, but still a good way to spend 14 minutes.
Seen in Toronto, at the NFB Médiathèque, on September 23rd, 2005.
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