Sadegh Javadi Nikjeh
A hunter entraps a young fox, ties a dog’s bell to its neck, and leaves it to fend for itself in the woods. The fox, growing desperate and hungry, is delirious with rage. Yet the instinct to survive is fierce. An allegory of survival, revenge, and love, this provoking and erratically animated short is based on a Persian story by French writer Jean Guèvre.
Themes: domestication, revenge, nature, freedom, bullying
Advisory: There is blood when the fox bites the man.
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