I won’t deny: this was awesome. I already liked Kyosogiga a lot, but with this installment, they made it even better. It’s basically just a group of animators and storytellers having fun, but they’re doing it in such a creative way.
This episode was full of great ideas, but it’s also the direction that was particularly impressive, with half of these seven minutes being filmed from the perspective of a midget holding a camera. There seems to be this huge ritual going on with stuff drifting away in the city, and every seems to find it perfectly normal, albeit spectacular. And even though it sounds silly, the creators did give it some meaning by making everything that drifts away something that lost its meaning, even though there were things flying around that might make you doubt that rule.
I loved the camera midget the most during this episode though: the way in which he made this hacked-together report of what was going on and just showed some very spontanteous events. The point where that one kid drifted off was awesome too.