This is a super weird short film that I really enjoyed--mostly because of its bizarre sense of human and because it was so darn original. The film is a supposed behind the scenes look at all the actors who appear in one man's dreams. Before he's asleep, you see them practicing for the upcoming dreams. Much of the film is spent showing them practice, chat with co-workers and act like it's just another job! It's all very funny and clever and really kept my attention.
In many ways, this reminded me of an old Disney show that was recently closed down at Epcot. It involved the same sort of behind the scenes look but it involved the brain, adrenalin, etc. as a teenager went through a school day. Sadly, although it was one of the cutest shows in the park, it's only seen on very, very occasions since the pavilion in which Cranium Command is located is only opened on days where the park is totally inundated (in other words, around Christmas).
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