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I Am So Proud of You (2008)

I Am So Proud of You
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Tags: Black Comedy (3), Drama (3), Animation (3), 2008 (2), 2000s (2), Comedy (1), Short (1), America (1), American (1), Mental Illness (1), Illness (1), Mental Health (1), Trilogy (1), Experimental (1), 22 Min. (1), Surrealism (1), B&w (1), United States (1)
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" It seemed impossible that Don Hertzfeldt could improve on his highly acclaimed short ‘Everything Will Be OK’ but with this first sequel he made an even better, funnier, sadder and more affecting film. Following ‘Everything Will Be OK’s examination of the stickman Bill’s unspecified mental condition, ‘I Am So Proud of You’ delves further back into his history to examine its origins. We see significant moments from the lives of Bill’s family members and also Bill’s younger (and "


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"DIR: Don Hertzfeldt SUMMARY: In the second of his Bill trilogy, Don Hertzfeldt examines the genetic inevitability of Bill's mental illness. WHY IT'S HERE: It seemed impossible that Don Hertzfeldt could improve on his highly acclaimed short 'Everything Will Be OK' but with this first sequel he made an even better, funnier, sadder and more affecting film. Following 'Everything Will Be OK's examination of the stickman Bill's unspecified mental condition, 'I Am So Proud of You' delves further ba"


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"DIR: Don Hertzfeldt SUMMARY: In the second of his Bill trilogy, Don Hertzfeldt examines the genetic inevitability of Bill's mental illness. WHY IT'S HERE: It seemed impossible that Don Hertzfeldt could improve on his highly acclaimed short 'Everything Will Be OK' but with this first sequel he made an even better, funnier, sadder and more affecting film. Following 'Everything Will Be OK's examination of the stickman Bill's unspecified mental condition, 'I Am So Proud of You' delves further back"



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