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People Soup

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People Soup is the first short we’ve done that has been nominated for an Oscar.

(Yes, Henry Slinkman’s moving performance in Buying Food was rudely snubbed.) Evidently, when Alan Arkin points the camera at his kids while they waste a bunch of food, it’s "art," but when one of us does it it’s "the last time you ever babysit."

Seemingly shot without a script or purpose, People Soup gives hope to the maker of every pointless educational short that your efforts will one day be rewarded with critical acclaim. Best Cinematography for What is Nothing? Best Special Effects for Drawing for Beginners: The Rectangle? Best Supporting Actor for Norman Spear Jr. in Parade of Aquatic Champions?

OK, maybe not every pointless short… Join Mike, Kevin, Bill, and the Arkin boys, Matthew and Adam, for People Soup!

This was a Kickstarter 2017 reward and is free to backers of the "Shorts Collection" tiers.

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Legacy devices (49.03 MB)
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Medium (147.32 MB)
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RiffMeter rating

9.19149
Average: 9.2 (47 votes)

Content rating

PG-13

Collection

Release date

January 29, 2018

Runtime

12 minutes

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