Yellow Cake by Canadian animator Nick Cross tells the tale of a small town of happy little bakers driven to terrorism by the greed of their leader and cake-hungry fat cats, resulting in the town's ultimate destruction. In an interview with Slow Decade, Cross explains that he got the idea for the film in 2003 in light of speculation that Iraq was buying uranium powder called yellow cake. Watch the video after the jump.

Yellow Cake

[via Drawn!]


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