Only for the weirdness. There is a lot spirit and energy in the first 20 minutes, then the last 10 minutes is just too long and ran out of ideas. I do love the lunacy of Burton and the Disney animators at play.
Women in salon talking politics during a Presidential election.... in Tunisia. The tone of the conversations could easily be happening here. The closing credits sequence with the GrandMother really made me smile.
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