Review of “If Anything Happens I Love You” (2020)

Moving picture, 13 minutes

Seen in 2022.

Parents grieve, recalling how they left their child at school one day in the United States of America.

A worthy response to the callousness of a society where profound grief like this has been trampled since before Bowling for Columbine (2002). There is no allusion to the causes of the problem, only to the problem itself.

moving picture animation fiction