The 10-minutes cartoon film THE SAUSAGE RUN tells the tragic story of a little lamb with the help of multiple Zoetropes, loosely based on the well-known Grimm’s fairy tale ‘Little Red Riding Hood’.
On the subject of bribery, desire for meat and the ruthless treatment of animals, the fairy tale, inspired by Wilhelm Busch's vicious narrative style, is told in a completely new and humorous way with the help of Zoetropes.
Zoetropes are historical optical and rather primitive devices that display sequences of drawn images in motion. It’s an invention from 1834 and a forerunner of film technology.
The roles of the humans and animals are exchanged. The human characters in the film are depicted as anthropomorphous animals. The animal in the story, the big bad wolf, is here a human being.
The family of ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ consists of the mother sheep, the lamb as ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ and a grandfather sheep. The forester and his wife are dogs with a soft spot for sausages. The wolf, a butcher, is a man with a serious problem - he has run out of sausages.
Greed, venality, false trust, meat consumption, inconsiderate behavior towards animals.
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