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Anomaly London has once again employed their very special brand of holiday humor in a story about a man who experiences what a Christmas tree goes through at this time of year.
The agency’s holiday film, narrated by Richard E. Grant, is a twisted, dark tale that will appeal to those with a sick sense of humor. It’s the story of Peter, a man who finds himself kidnapped by a family of trees, who cut off his feet and place him in a pot in their home.
The story is told through letters he sends to his wife, detailing the grotesque things the family of trees puts him through – or rather what we humans in the real world see as the festive spirit. This animated spot is definitely not similar to the usual, warm and sentimental Christmas ads, and it’s definitely not for those faint of heart. Still, check it out if you like dark humor, and make sure to stick till the end!
The film was written, directed, animated & produced by Anomaly & Unreasonable Studios. It’s the third darkly humorous holiday film by the agency following 2016’s “12 Days of Avian Misery” starring Phoebe Waller-Bridge, and last year’s Dear Satan, in which a little girl mistakes the Devil for Santa.