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Lazy Bloom

Lazy Bloom
Lazy Bloom

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5 minutes


Animation, Family, Science Fiction and Fantasy, Short Films


No Dialogue


In a peaceful, colourful and relaxed rainforest world inhabited by lazy creatures called Blobs, Zip is simply trying to fit in with everyone else. However, Zip is a hyperactive Blob, meaning they are always moving and thinking quickly, clashing against the lazy Blob lifestyle and irritating the tribe that they live with. When their behaviour sees him rejected by the tribe, Zip is devastated – but the other Blobs soon realise all of the wonderful things Zip has to offer. This vibrant and lively animation is an ode to those who struggle to fit in and a particularly accessible and sincere exploration of what it can be like to live with ADHD (attention deficit hyperactivity disorder).

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