Cardboard Man

Written by RedShark News Staff

Dustin McLean Cardboard Man

Do you ever watch something and then think: "What did I just see?". This is a candidate for that genre. Whatever else it is, it's also living proof that the British don't have a monopoly on silly humour

By the way, don't let the intrinsic daftness of this obscure the fact that it is actually a remarkable technical achievement, from the cardboard origami to the false-perspective shots that so closely imitate the original.

We can only quiver with excitement at what might come next from this new and iconoclastic school of filmmaking.

 

 

 

Tags: Production

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