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Danny Boy

 
Director : Marek Skrobecki
Screenplay : Marek Skrobecki
Producer : Se-ma-for
Year of production : 2010
Running time : 10 min

“Danny Boy” is a story about human imperfection which can be euphemistically called “losing one’s head”. Someone who has “lost their head” is not completely aware of what they are doing. In this story almost everybody has lost their head, except for one single person – the title Danny Boy, who, being a misfit, feels strongly alienated from the headless society. The film is an ironic social satire, it deals with the problem of loneliness of an individual and poses a question if one should level down standards in the name of social adjustment.

 

Marek Skrobecki
born in 1951 in Kalisz, Poland. Received degree from the Academy of Fine Arts and the National Polish Film Academy in Lodz. Trained at Jim Henson's Creature Shop and Aardman Animation, England.

  
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