odd films are always better, and this is no exception :)
haha, i thought this was quite good. of course, it wasn't amazing, but for a quirky (understatement, i guess) little take on a well-worn story, it was very entertaining.
plus, i even "felt" for the tree (in a weird kinda way, as you'd expect) when he made his journey home at the end. it's always amusing to see film-makers and the like transplant a bit of human emotion into whatever they can think up - never thought i'd be close to shedding a tear over a murderous christmas tree though ;)
managed to catch this in melbourne as part of the travelling "flickerfest" of short films, and though it wasn't the best film i saw, it was quite enjoyable - anything with such a novel approach is going to get points in my book, too.
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