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One of bizarre animations with status of propaganda. Or, maybe, subtle irony about sexual fake revolutions. Nice drawings, confuse - heroic story - it reminds the Soviet propaganda and moral short animations for pioneers- about a child out of a precise identity . He is not boy, she is not girl and all is described in a mixture of humor and pledge for diversity. The result - what you expect be. A tool for a sort of political correctness or irony against a bizarre perspective. But, in the last case, the nuances are far to be clear.
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