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Thread poster: Mijo Schyllert

Mijo Schyllert  Identity Verified
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Aug 26, 2009

Hi all,

I just remembered an extremely funny animation/cartoon clip that made the rounds on this forum about 4-5 years ago. It was a naivistic clip about how differently people behave in traffic depending on which European country they live in. I would love to see it again and send it on, but I just can't seem to find it. Does anyone still store it on their equipment or email account, perhaps, and could send it here - I do remember lots of people thinking it was as hilarious as I did? Or shall I just stop being a sad person and move on....?



Hynek Palatin  Identity Verified
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Animation Aug 26, 2009

Hi Mijo,

Do you mean this one? But it is not just about traffic:



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Bruno Bozzetto? Aug 26, 2009

Sounds like something by Bruno Bozzetto, maybe this one:




Mijo Schyllert  Identity Verified
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Yepp! Aug 26, 2009

That's the one, thank you very much Hynek - I had completely forgotten that it wasn't just about traffic or even about Italians, probably because it got so much feedback from people from other countries at the time, saying it could just as well apply to people in their countries.

Thanks again!



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