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Stop-Motion Short Gets Really Contemplative about Leafy Greens

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As first premiered at TIFF 2010, here's the Stephanie Dudley-directed Little Theatres: Homage To The Mineral Of Cabbage--which, as its name implies, is an homage to cabbage. "But is it really about cabbage," you ask, before giving me a high five. "Cuz there's other green leaves, bro! WOOO!!! And is it a coincidence the credits end at 4:20 if you don't count the "thanks" section? WOOO!!!" Yeah, but no, I think it's about cabbage.

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