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Writer/Director
Joseph Felix
Running Time
2 Mins.

 "Marshy" Review 
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"Marshy" is a light and breezy 2-minute short following, essentially the life cycle of a marshmallow as Marshy and his friends leave the safety of a bag of marshmallows and head out into the real world.

Marshy meets Microwave.

I'll let you guess who wins.

Simple yet delightful and humorous with a touch of heart, "Marshy" may very well be a stroke of genius for writer/director Joseph Felix. Felix's animated marshmallows are surprisingly full of spirit and life, and after a mere two minutes of playing time I found myself wishing "Marshy" had continued just a tad longer.

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