Café Serré was created by Vincent E Sousa, Bertrand Avril, Yann de Préval and Denis Bouyer, all students of Supinfocom, the famous animation school in France.
The no-dialogue film has only two characters; a portly policeman on a snack break in a diner, and a bumbling and rather unlucky thief, who has, unfortunately, decided to rob the very same diner. A hilarious, one-sided battle of wits ensues between the idiotic twosome, and ends on a predictable, but satisfying note.
The film packs in a lot of funny gags in its short running time. The animation quality is top-notch, and the sound design is quite impressive as well. This is a must watch for all animation fans.[via Motiongrapher]