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A Day's Messing (2011)

| Animation, Short, Comedy
A Day's Messing is a silent comedy shot on Super 8mm film in the style of Buster Keaton, George Melies and Charlie Chaplin. It follows a New York City bike messenger as he is derailed from ... See full summary »

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A Day's Messing is a silent comedy shot on Super 8mm film in the style of Buster Keaton, George Melies and Charlie Chaplin. It follows a New York City bike messenger as he is derailed from delivering an important package by a beautiful flirtatious female cyclist. As he searches for her again on the streets of NYC, he falls into a rabbit hole of time, space and absurdity, until serendipity surprises them both. Written, directed by and starring a clown and mime, this film re-imagines the spirit and technique of classic silent slapstick and vaudevillian physical comedy for a contemporary audience. Written by Anonymous

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