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Year

2020

Duration

3 minutes

Genres

Animation, Comedy, Short Films, Silent

Language

No Dialogue


Synopsis

An octopus who despairs over the cleanliness of his aquarium decides to take matters into his own hands. However, after a visiting little girl accidentally leaves an ice cream stain on the outside of the tank, the octopus becomes flustered when he discovers he’s unable to remove the stain himself. Attempting to attract the janitor’s attention to help him do so, the octopus may just end up making things worse…

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