It may be a few days late, but show some compassion when this New Year’s greeting is an animated short. Before he delivers a pair of seemingly-different films over the next twelve months (those being Mood Indigo and The We and the I), Michel Gondry has emerged to deliver Haircut Mouse, a little piece concerning a barber rodent. Also one he (I swear) plays in the film’s brief opening moment.
There’s none of the strange emotional current which defines his work — save for the end, if you really want to make that case — but in only three-and-a-half minutes does this feel like a more accurate expression of Gondry‘s interests than all of The Green Hornet. And it’s already the most entertaining thing any filmmaker has put out in 2013 — something I say without having seen Texas Chainsaw 3D.
You can watch it below (via ThePlaylist):
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