Truly a masterpiece. I laughed, I cried, my heart hurt and swelled and dropped and throbbed. The chemistry between man and duck is unlike anything I have seen in all my years; ranking with the greats like Al Pacino, Audrey Hepburn, and Meryl Streep. Perfect for date night, a family get together, or alone in your room with snacks. The heart wrenching misunderstanding on part of Duck is one we can all relate to; thinking someone of another species is indeed your own kin. The loneliness and desperation on part of Man tugs on strings that I did not know were on my cold, black heart. I am trying my best to accurately put into rhetoric the feeling that this piece of cinema evokes in ones conscious and subconscious mind. Subliminal messages are throughout, and leave the viewer with a slight twang of nausea but also pure elatedness. One could argue that the last few moments of this motion picture are the most impactful, when the last lingering glances between Duck and Man are shared with the upmost of emotion.
Watch this movie. If not for you, do so for your children, your grandchildren, your great grandchildren to know the tale of Man and Duck. It is unparalleled in every element.
Thank you for your time.
Hare and Farewell.