United States, 7 Minutes

Director: Ken Kimmelman

An animated film produced for the United Nations that shows through humor the ridiculousness of prejudice.


An animated film produced for the United Nation showing, through humor, the ridiculousness and hurtfulness of prejudice, which is based on contempt, described by Eli Siegel as the desire in self to feel important through the lessening of other people and things. In the film, a prejudiced green brushstroke shows contempt for other colors and shapes, and only welcomes other green brushstrokes, which he sees as more like him.