Agent 327: Operation Barbershop

2017 | Animation | Comedy | Short Film


Fun James Bondesque spy comedy with amazing animation

Plot:
Agent 327 is investigating a clue that leads him to a shady barbershop in Amsterdam. Little does he know that he is being tailed by mercenary Boris Kloris.

The animation (Blender) is impressive as it has great detail, and really has the Pixar-blockbuster look but on a much smaller budget. Importantly, the animation is not just a technical piece of work, it also gets the delivery just right; the action and setpieces are played out with good comedic timing, and it makes good use of movement of the 'camera' and scenery.

Directed by Hjalti Hjalmarsson and Colin Levy
Starring Thom Hoffman



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