Fantastic Mr. Fox Meets The Shining in an Animated, Cautionary Tale About Consumerism

In this short stop-motion film, Alexandra Lemay draws some creative inspiration from Wes Anderson and Stanley Kubrick and leaves us with a “cautionary tale of what happens when we don’t think enough about what we buy.” Produced as part of the National Film Board of Canada’s Hothouse apprenticeship program, All the Rage follows a mink’s experience shopping in a luxury fur store. It’s perhaps not too much of a spoiler to say, it doesn’t end well. Lemay tells you more about the making of the film here. And don’t miss the many great films in the Animation section of our collection, 1,150 Free Movies Online: Great Classics, Indies, Noir, Westerns, etc..

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  • victordada says:

    This is an awesome animation. I love to watch the full movie. This type of animation you can use in your advertisement and you may attract public.

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