Fruitless Efforts: The Fruits of a Demented, Perverted Womb

Fruitless Efforts: The Fruits of a Demented, Perverted Womb

Fruitless Efforts: Fruit of the Womb is a humorously deranged 4-min. animated short film directed by Andrew Chesworth and Aaron Quist, who playfully describe the film as, “merely a modest window into humanity’s evolving understanding of the meaning of life.”  The cartoon follows a day in the life of Apple, an average fruity little guy trying to hold  down a job, have some friends and just live his life in peace like normal apple-peoples supposedly do.  But Apple’s surrounded by a small group of demented fruits, all living on the same creepy predator-like tree.  Apple’s efforts to make it to work on time evolve into some demential adventures in this animated short’s fast and wonderfully funny perverse romp!  The fast-paced phallocentric outbursts along the way make one wonder about the presence of some kind of underlying deeper meanings like, “Don’t waste sperm, sex is only for procreation.”  This loony little film definitely does carry a number of erotic/sexual undertones, but I’ve already spent far too much time thinking about that kind of stuff.  So, as they say at the end of the show, “That’s All Folks!

Fruitless Efforts: The Fruits of a Demented, Perverted Womb

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