I must say that this was a pretty funny short by the same creator who made "The Offbeats" of "KaBlam!" and the short lived "Sheep In The Big City" which was one of my favorite cartoons from my childhood. Though despite being longer than 2 minutes it had a nice sense of humor in a more clean way than I expected. I thought it was going to be something more "adult" since many other great cartoon directors sometimes have created something more "vulgar" shorts before making cartoons being suitable for all ages. Boy was I wrong about this one.
Although in my view it was almost like watching a comic strip but in a more detailed and concentrated way. The animation is a little different than Mo Willems future projects but I can understand it's age but it's good enough for it's personal style. I was a little worried that The Man who yell would be annoying but it wasn't, it showed the main character in a good-spirited way even though it became a little odd and unclear especially about the secondary character that became his manager.
Is it recommended? Why not? It has a nice kind of humor and very different from many other short projects out there. I would recommend this to any ages.
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