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Goodnight Norma... Goodnight Milton... (1988)

 -  Animation | Comedy | Short
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A married couple gets ready for bed. As they argue about the party they hosted earlier that night, they remove their clothes--and more...

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Ilona Dulaski ...
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A married couple gets ready for bed. As they argue about the party they hosted earlier that night, they remove their clothes--and more...

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Just like in real life?
7 May 2006 | by (Rotterdam) – See all my reviews

This short animation is about a couple coming home, and talking things over while preparing to go to bed. The animation style is best compared to some of Bill Plympton's animations. It's a little rough and the coloring is simple. The animations are basically accompanying the dialogue, which is the most important factor in this film. The dialogue is very well acted, something that doesn't happen often in animations, and the couple starts quarreling upon entering their house up until almost the end, when they go to bed. While preparing for sleep, they slowly lose their human side (you'll understand why if you see the film) and they also stop arguing, which very likely is the moral of the story. It's very enjoyable to watch and a pretty original animation.


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