A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence ★★★★

Stylistically very distinctive with a restricted and muted palette of greys, browns and mustard colours remind of a Chris Ware graphic novel through a Nordic filter and animated. But minimally. 

Beautiful compositions, and a determined slowness make for intriguing viewing once you settle in to it. 

It began to dawn on this slow mind, that there were bigger themes at work - especially when some monstrous vignettes showed up later. They really darkened the tone from whimsical absurdity to something else.

All rather great, and refreshing to see a distinctive piece of work.

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