One of the more interesting pieces of short film was the French "La Jetée" of 1962, directed by Chris Marker. What's ironic about it is that it is not in the least bit flashy, or even uses moving images. It is a slideshow of black-and-white photographs with a narrator helping describe the story in these photographs.
"La Puppe" is a parody of "La Jetée." It takes the same type of story, uses the same method of film-making, but there's one big difference: the main character is a basset hound.
Yep. They use the basset hound Beanie Buddy (the larger version of Beanie Babies) to convey each scene that appeared in "La Jetée." For those in the know, it's wickedly funny.
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