This witty stop motion film was created as a student project at the Royal College of Art in the UK by Anna Mantzaris. Mantzaris attributes her inspiration for the film to the cultural shift she experienced after moving from Sweden to the UK. Only two minutes in length, this film is the short side of short. The residents of a grey city have finally had ‘enough’ of the mundane stresses of normal life. Etiquette is broken and rules disobeyed as citizens snap in response to the onslaught of the pains of everyday life. This begins subtly: a man in a queue gives up the pretence of standing and leans against the person in front of him. It then becomes more and more absurd and dark. A waitress throws food at a diner. A pram is kicked down a slope. The high-quality and aesthetically superb stop motion is gentle enough to make the implied violence of these actions funny rather than cruel. Young people aged 12-15 years old will enjoy the anarchic undertones to this film, which serves as a great way to introduce the topic of citizenship. For example, the unspoken rules that indicate a successfully functioning society and what happens if these are broken.