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Manipulation

UK, 1991 (MIFF 1992, Animation)

Director: UK

Manipulation is about repression in society The minority, or in this case 'the small man syn­drome', fights against the machinery of life, which physically and mentally humiliates, crushing out all hope and individuality, manu­facturing and destroying and subsequently depositing piles of debris waiting to be swept up and pulped into an insane hell hole er, no hang on, that's wrong It's about this character, see, and er, he's drawn on the page and then...

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