Review of “Den sömniga revolutionen” (2009)

Moving picture, 9 minutes

Seen in 2017.

A shallow investigation of the hypothesis of universal human pre-industrial biphasic sleep, wrongly implying that the removal of unnatural light from the place of sleep is all that is required for that pattern to reassert itself.

Despite the Scanian narration, the attempts at humour fail, unsupported by the poor quality of the animation.

moving picture animation fiction