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Plympton’s latest film answers the eternal question: Why do dogs bark at such innocent creatures as pigeons and squirrels?
Year: 2004 Length: 5 minutes Language: English Country:USA Premiere: New York
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About the Director(s)
The Tune was animator Bill Plympton's first full-length feature. His short films have been seen widely around the country, highlighting many animation festivals. His oblique, off-center sense of the ridiculous in everyday life has made The Microtoons and his other shorts popular MTV offering. His distinctive style has even invaded the world of advertising. Commercials for both Trivial Pursuit and Sugar Delight make us chuckle and gasp. Guard Dog has been a hit at film festivals and it brought Bill his second Oscar nomination in January 2005.