Many years ago, in 1969, a back then 14 years old boy named Jerry Levitan enters a hotel room in Toronto and convinced John Lennon to do a sort-of-interview on tape. Years later, Jerry Levitan produced a short film using this tape as the soundtrack: I Met The Walrus. The film – directed by Josh Raskin – combines the pen sketches by James Braithwaite with the digital animation by Alex Kurina in a beautiful arrange of Lennon’s ideas. Absolutely delightful.
Saw it on Pixel y Dixel.