I watched this today with my four year old son. To say that this film entertained us both is an understatement. We were captivated throughout.
The simplicity of the thing is key, the total dedication to the craft involved is paramount and the innocence it conveys is magical.
It is a truly inventive film in how it finds its humour and relates its story without dialogue.
I asked my son on the bus ride home what he thought about the film. He loved it and when I asked him what he thought it was all about he replied with, after giving it some considerable thought,: 'Things are better if you know who you are.'
I hope I'll be as smart as he is one day.
Watch this with your kid or if you ever were one.