Make sure to watch through to the end of the credits.

From IMDB:

– Jonas Geirnaert (then 21 years old) was a student animation and hadn’t even graduated, when he came upon a registration form for the Cannes Festival on their site, decided he had nothing to lose and sent in his “graduation-work”. He had told nobody, thinking he wouldn’t even be selected anyway. To his surprise, he won in the category “Best Short Film”.

– Geirnaert drew all of the animation (more than 9,000 drawings) himself. It took him two years. The sound however he had to prepare in less than half a day, because the deadline for sending in the work to Cannes had actually already expired.

– The version of the shortfilm that won the Jury Award at Cannes was an unfinished version.

  1. Simon says:

    Amazing. Just amazing.

  2. David says:

    Brought a big smile…

    Very clever!

    Thanks to the author!

  3. edwinrogers says:

    A wonderful movie, well deserving of the Cannes film award.

  4. amazing, i have never laugth like this before!!!.. proud winner


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