Love and Theft

Andreas Hykade’s frenetic short film, set to a thumping, grinding soundtrack, is a voyage through the history of animation viewed through a prism of potent hallucinogens. Part of the the 6th annual NFB Online film contest from The National Film Board of Canada, in association with the Cannes Short Film Corner, it’s disturbingly hypnotic and I’ve watched it through two or three times this afternoon, in the grip of a powerful stupor.

3 Responses to “Love and Theft”

  1. joasakura Says:

    hypnotic is exactly the right word!! o_o

  2. Mer Says:

    Holy shitballs.

  3. Nadya Says:

    That was incredible. It kind of reminds me of the different ways that the world/people look to you based on your mental state. I really loved this.