Tup-tup / Tup-tup
Nedeljko DragićYugoslavia / 1972 / 9' 42''
Cinema SC, 15:30 h
The hectic lifestyle in polluted cities makes people ill. Neuroses are a common occurrence. Overpopulation, pollution, and noise are the enemy no. 1. This film shows what can happen to a man irritated by a sound while he is trying to quietly read his newspaper. A peaceful, ordinary man can turn dangerous when exposed to constant attacks on his ears. He is ready to wreak havoc. But maybe all that is just a fairy tale, as each one of carries everything that has accumulated within us during our brief life spans.
Nedeljko Dragić made his first caricature in 1953. He has been working as a caricaturist and illustrator in all of Zagreb newspapers until the 1980s. He has been working in Zagreb Film since 1960. Since 1991 he has been living and working in Munich. He is the author of 8 animated films and numerous one-minute films and commercials. He won many awards and was nominated for the Academy Award in 1973 for the animated film Tup-Tup.
Ustanova Zagreb film
categoriesCroatian Animated Film 1972