Posted on Wednesday, November 23rd, 2011 by Germain Lussier
The reason why a movie like The Muppets works so well is the characters and ideas are something many of us grew up with. From as far back as we can remember, humans interacting with puppets was no big thing. In fact, it was something many of us dreamed about. Characters like Kermit, Miss Piggy, Gonzo and Fozzy were more than just puppets, they were living things and a part of our lives.
Since The Muppets is now in theaters (read the review here), it seems like a good time to post a similarly themed short film co-directed by one of /Film’s favorite artists, Daniel Danger (he of awesome art like this, this and this). Created for the Boston 2011 48 Hour Film Festival, How They Felt is seven minute movie about a man’s troubled marriage to a muppet and how certain things in life supersede those problems. Read More »