Review of: Koh-Kae 

reviewed by **DELETED ACCOUNT** on 04/10/2004
**DELETED ACCOUNT**
Something wacky this way comes...
This short animated film started off slow but ended up being much cooler than it began. I'm sure i really don't get it, but the ending left me with a genuinely weird feeling (a commendable thing for an animated film these days). I thought it was just wacky fun with great music. It doesn't tell a story so much as convey a feeling, and the feeling conveyed is slightly unsettling, causing you to think about what we have on earth. I know i surely don't want to go flying around on a jetpack after watching this. Cool little film.

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