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Reds Dream

USA, 1987 (MIFF 1988, Animation)

Director: John Lasseter

This film reveals what philosophers and poets have long wondered what do unicycles dream about on rainy days? Rcd, relegated to the discount section of a big-city bicycle shop, dreams of running off to the Circus where, while assisting Lumpy the clown, the unicycle saves the show.

State of-the art computer animation from PIXAR (Formerly Lucasfilm Animation) in San Rafael, California

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