Human Behavioural Case Studies. Series One. Trailer

Human Behavioural Case Studies. Series One. Trailer (1996)

01 January 1996 Comedy 1 mins

Adam Elliot's earliest film, Human Behavioral Case Studies, is a drawn animation rather than claymation like his other films. It's about unusual human behaviors or obsessions. At only a minute long, it's just long enough to be memorably, darkly amusing.

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Adam Elliot

as Narrator


Adam Elliot


International Releases Dates

Australia 01 January 1996

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