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... nice work man...love ur stuff...!

Good show gents, good show.

Another one of my tops from David Firth. The style used to draw the characters is excellent; very different. A humorous exaggeration of common worries of people these days, represented with an even funnier example.


that was a great short, yet alot of you are missing the point. it represents what we are all like and represents us and infact the whole world well. also david firth is a legend and this is one of his best yet. 9/10 and my own personal "hooray!"

I agree..

Same here, I think the children are all countrys with Nukes. The main people are the big, powerfull countrys with loads of Nukes (like U.S) and the one kid who blows up that guys house is some shit country with very low ranking in the countrys. All the major countrys are like "we've got more power cos we have "the latest model"s (being nuclear weapons) and the shit country ("unbranded") is like "fuck this" and ends up blowing the hell out of the bigger more powerful countries, ("lets see what the unbranded shit can do").

Thats what I think its about....


I think you're reading too much into it, CHIKUNHED. It looks to me as if each child represents an individual country and the government which eventually restricts bombs from certain children to be the UN. Maybe this whole thing was about Pearl Harbor, how Japan was being rejected by a lot of the other countries and denied access to the UN and consequently bombed the United States.

Or maybe it was just an absurd film composed of random ideas. Either way, it was good.

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4.23 / 5.00

Mar 13, 2006
7:53 PM EST
Comedy - Original
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