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All Consuming Love: Man in a Cat (2011)

A tiny man who lives inside a cat becomes obsessed with the cat's new owner. When the man finds out a woman his own size has been watching everything from afar he realizes he doesn't need to be alone anymore.

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Louis Hudson
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Credited cast:
Kevin Eldon ... Yorkie Pilgrim (voice)
Isabel Fay Isabel Fay ... Michelle Jones (voice)
Josie Long Josie Long ... Susan Mildew (voice)
Jon Petrie Jon Petrie ... Cat (voice)
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A tiny man who lives inside a cat becomes obsessed with the cat's new owner. When the man finds out a woman his own size has been watching everything from afar he realizes he doesn't need to be alone anymore.

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UK

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English

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24 March 2011 (UK) See more »

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Stereo

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16:9 HD
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Engaging for its oddity but not too much else
25 August 2013 | by bob the mooSee all my reviews

Well, good luck finding an odder film about two people meeting and falling in love. This animation sees a man living inside the head of a cat. He likes the cat's new owner and when he thinks she has seen him behind the cat's eyes, he decides to try to meet her. Meanwhile a small woman living in the wall of the woman's house also sees the man and realizes she doesn't have to be alone any more.

I'm not quite sure what the moral of the film is – to settle for what is in front of you and not overstretch yourself romantically perhaps? Not sure, but what I do know is that the delivery of it is very odd indeed. Being animated, we can do and see whatever the makers can think to create and so we have some very strange ideas that we just need to accept. The delivery of these ideas and events is quite unsettling to watch – particularly within the context of a film about two characters falling in love with each other. We are spared the final "journey" of the couple, but the whole thing is very strange.

Unfortunately I didn't feel enough for the characters or understand their motivations enough to take much from it on the emotional level. This left the novelty appeal of the weirdness, imagination and animated delivery – for sure this is still worth a look for, but without more I did feel like perhaps this had been the whole point, which didn't feel like enough for me.


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