Fraser Munden was asked to make a short about himself. In the process he reenacted a scene from Kingpin (1996), and had Donald Trump sign his hat. Although it was clearly made to promote the internet release of his short The Chaperone (2013), it’s coherent enough to be a short of its own, and incoherent enough to be shared here.
Orangina has produced a series of humorous commercials featuring anthropomorphic birds, mammals, reptiles, and so on. In these commercials the drink is used for just about everything from a floor cleaning solution to aftershave. The focus, which is very apparent in this commercial, seems to be on mocking the role of sex in advertising.
CONTENT WARNING: This short contains brief, animated nudity and suggestive cross-species sexuality.
We’ll leave it to you to describe this… special… video for yourself. We’re just going to supply the background: this short film was created by commercial director and artist Nagi Noda for a short film compilation sponsored by Panasonic celebrating the Olympics. We haven’t seen the other nine films in the series (no one has for six years now), but we suspect that this poodle fitness video (a parody of fitness guru Susan Powter) was not quite what the corporate giant expected when they commissioned the project.