Key Lime Pie

From Trevor Jimenez comes the story of a man’s deadly addiction to one sugary, citrus dessert. 2007’s Key Lime Pie features a heavy, film noir veneer, complete with a hardened narrator who sounds as though he’s smoked since birth or, perhaps, needs to eat more fiber. Also, consider this: Death in a trench-coat sporting a Thompson submachine gun scythe. How can you resist?

6 Responses to “Key Lime Pie”

  1. uvita Says:

    Oh, this is genius! I can even relate it to my chocoholic impulses!

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  3. Tequila Says:

    Given my similar obsessive and unholy love for key lime pie – this hits close to home. Too deliciously dead on not to be utterly loved. Brilliant bit of animation here – great art style!

  4. Kaleena Says:

    Film Noir and an ode to key lime pie; this was a pure slice of amazing. You guys find the coolest stuff, I swear.

  5. Patricia Says:

    Loved it. The choice of music and the way it worked with it was spot on. You can really relate to his addiction, he describes it so well. The visual style and use of colour is fab. This is a student film. Good luck with what will hopefully a brilliant career Trevor!

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