Colourful characters in an Amsterdam working-class neighbourhood, a lazy red tomcat who turns into a kind of King Kong clone, fierce debates about the importance of art, stilt-walking elephants - it all turns up in two feature-length animated films that both happen to be released in Dutch cinemas on 18 April.
And coincidentally, two films that demonstrate convincingly, and in completely opposite ways, that an animated film is not necessarily for children.
Heinz is the contrarian...
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