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The Pub

UK, 2012 (MIFF 2012, Animation)

Director: Joseph Pierce

The Pub

From Joseph Pierce (A Family Portrait, MIFF 10), comes this rotoscoped portrayal of the characters who inhabit a grizzled London pub. The zoological observations are funny, disturbing and a bit too familiar.

D/S Joseph Pierce P Mark Grimmer TD digibeta/2012

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