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The latest offering from Taiwanese CGI geniuses NMA—those folks who re-imagine world events in computer-generated animation—features the decline of American industries. The subject? Not so funny, but the treatment is definitely ha-ha funny.
Check out the video, above, which features a Blockbuster employee getting schooled by Steve Jobs/Darth Vader and the closure of American Apparel—check out the weeping hipster girls outside shuttered store doors and CGI Dov Charney's "Will Grope For Food" placard.
· NMA World Edition [YouTube]