FOR THE BIRDS - RALPH EGGLESTON (2000)

In For The Birds a bunch of small, quarrelsome birds are roosting on a telegraph line when a larger bird arrives looking for friends. However, the smaller birds are rather unfriendly, turning even nastier when their larger counterpart joins them at the centre of the wire. However, they have forgotten one of Newton's three laws of motion: every action has an equal and opposite reaction. The larger bird is somewhat reminiscent of Kevin from the fantastic Pixar feature film, Up.


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