Neurotica, Middle-age Spread and Other Life Crises
What's so funny about turning 40? Or unrequited love? Or sagging egos and body parts? Or bad plumbing? Find out in Neurotica, a collection of five award-winning animated films including: Bob's Birthday: When Margaret plans a celebration for her husband, Bob, she underestimates the sudden impact of middle age on his mood (12 min. 18 sec.); No Problem: A not-so-young bachelor facing another lonely, rain-sodden Saturday with neurosis fast setting in (12 min. 42 sec.); George and Rosemary: A romantic comedy about two golden agers who prove that passion is not exclusively for the young (8 min. 48 sec.); Strings: A vivid portrait of two strangers in adjoining apartments whose comfortable connections are compromised when a problem arises (10 min. 19 sec.); and The Big Snit: A look at two simultaneous conflicts, the macrocosm of global nuclear war and the microcosm of a domestic quarrel (9 min. 49 sec.).
1995, 53 min 31 s
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