Phil Mulloy doesn’t illustrate the Fourth Commandment so much as obliterate it. The parents are pill-popping, cell phone-talking creeps sitting pretty in an oil field. Typical adults in Mulloy’s dystopic universe. Their young son draws his own lesson from their abuse.
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It was kind of odd and while they were obsessed with winning his parents didn't deserve to die so cruelly and he was also spoiled while disciplined at the same time. It was certainly odd though and the animation style was similar to some styles in a sense of how it was not that great but really was for telling its message, no matter how odd in the manner.
Christ, Mulloy's films are depressing.
talent for artist's black comedy animation