All Consuming Love (Man In A Cat)
All Consuming Love (Man In A Cat) Country:
United Kingdom Production year:
Louis Hudson Productor:
Louis Hudson, Jon Petrie Distribution:
Dice Productions Screenplay:
Louis Hudson, Ian Ravenscroft Editing:
Louis Hudson Photography:
Louis Hudson Musics:
Ben Walker Sound Editor:
A small man lives inside a cat. His life is limited by that of his host, but that doesn't stop him falling in love with the young owner of the animal. When he finally succeeds in escaping from his feline prison to declare his love to the young woman, she freaks out and tries to kill him. But in the meantime the man sees a woman, of the same reduced proportions, emerge from what he always thought was a mouse hole. From that point on, the only thing left for the two miniature lovers to do is find a place where they can be together.
Louis Hudson is a 2D animation director and co-founder of comedy collective Dice Productions. He was born in 1986, and studied animation at Edinburgh College of Art, graduating in 2008. Louis' work as Dice Productions has included BBC Comedy, Comedy Central, Warner Entertainment and NTFS, having created an established YouTube channel with millions of views. On the side, he co-organizes the Birmingham branch of comedy night, Popcorn Comedy and is a steering member of local support network, Animation Forum West Midlands.filmografia
2011 All consuming love (Man in a cat)
"I wanted to make a film that was obscure, funny but also had some deeper meaning that didn't slow the whole thing down. When I was 16 I drew a cut-a-away picture of a frustrated man punching the inside of a cat. It seemed weird enough to work. The film is about dysfunctional outsiders can get drawn into a lot of misunderstood situations. They may not see how they fit in with the normal rules of the world, but there's always a perfect somebody even for an outsider. The love story in this film brings the potentially creepy protagonist into a situation where normal people can actually sympathize with him. The 2D frame by frame pencil drawn animation is geared toward creating nuanced character performances which were key to the personality of the film. Also, nearly everything in the design has a purpose, which brings a strange delicacy to the gags and poo jokes."