Cruel, and utterly effective, Peter Foldes' experimentation with computer animation employs a bold speechless narrative to draw attention to the grave effects of consumerism. Who needs ethics when everything is within arm's reach?
A military group of men is locked up in a bunker in an unknown future. All those soldiers are waiting for an eventual enemy. But the discovery of a certain project will cause several ... See full summary »
Jean Marie De Busscher,
Very strange... in a very sketchy sort of animation, rough lines, a fat, blue-skinned man is waited upon in his apartment by a large hen. She serves him a hot drink in a mug and fresh hot water for his feet to soak in. They have a pet dog, except it looks like a giant fat centipede with a human head. He plays music on a record player with the wheels of a wind-up bus rather than a needle. All is well until a man comes to visit with a box of ladybugs and he whispers something to the man. Things start breaking more frequently and several nightmares or nightmarish things happen.
I have no idea what any of it means!
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