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Bobby Yeah (2011)

Bobby Yeah
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Bobby Yeah is a subhuman creature who experiences a series of increasingly bizarre, nightmarish encounters after stealing a malevolent baby's prized pet.
Tags: 2011 (2), Animation (1), Monsters (1), Birth (1), Reproduction (1), Generations (1), Intergenerationality (1), Change (1), UK (1), Short Film (1), Stop Motion (1)
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robochaa rated this 8/10 5 months, 3 weeks ago
meuck rated this 8/10 12 months ago
PrimaryXylem rated this 7/10 1 year ago
Andy Goulding added this to a list 1 year, 2 months ago
1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - The Full List (1001 movies items)

"DIR: Robert Morgan SUMMARY: A rabbit-like humanoid creature steals a baby's favourite plaything and plunges himself into a nightmarish series of encounters as a result. WHY IT'S HERE: By the time he made the BAFTA-nominated 'Bobby Yeah', Robert Morgan had already carved out a name for himself as a director of effective animated horror narratives like 'The Cat With Human Hands' and 'The Separation' but with his latest opus Morgan throws conventional narrative out of the window completely for "


Andy Goulding added this to a list 1 year, 2 months ago
1001 Animated Shorts You Must See - Part 20 (51 movies items)

"DIR: Robert Morgan SUMMARY: A rabbit-like humanoid creature steals a baby's favourite plaything and plunges himself into a nightmarish series of encounters as a result. WHY IT'S HERE: By the time he made the BAFTA-nominated 'Bobby Yeah', Robert Morgan had already carved out a name for himself as a director of effective animated horror narratives like 'The Cat With Human Hands' and 'The Separation' but with his latest opus Morgan throws conventional narrative out of the window completely for "


Andy Goulding added this to a list 1 year, 2 months ago

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