Showing posts from September, 2014
Following the titular ‘Penismouse’ as he battles the system that wants him to cover his rather impressive rodent appendage, our protagonist has to avoid a bulldozer and bullets as he fights for his right to showcase his member. Offering fans of animation a new take on the cartoon mouse, on the surface Myszochujek may be a light hearted romp about an uninhibited mouse, but scratch that surface and you’ll find a story centred around control and censorship. Experimental in delivery, as well as in content, Babaski (literally) seemed interested in pushing boundaries with the visuals of his film, as well the narrative. Comically playing with the 4:3 frame which contains his main character, like with his story, his visual approach whilst entertaining and amusing, also seemed to have deeper roots intent on making a statement on the restraints of the world in which we live.