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The Simpsons: Russian Art Film VersionRussian artist Lenivko...

The Simpsons: Russian Art Film Version

Russian artist Lenivko Kvadratjić reimagines the classic Simpsons intro in this new controversial parody video.  

“The Simpsons has a great influence on me and people all over the world. Many famous persons made intros for The Simpsons. I always wanted to make some parody version too with my country’s local flavor included. So I made it one day.” 

The recreated main sequence starts with a piece of dramatic music and grey clouds overcasting the gloomy alternate city of Springfield, perfectly setting the mood for the most depressing version of The Simpsons’ life. The crayola yellow family we all know has lost their color and energy and was turned into a bleak, miserable group of people. 

In this series, Bart Simpson is not the rebellious and misunderstood prankster anymore but a violent bully who steals from other kids to get high. Marge, the kind-hearted mother eager to protect and take care of her family, is turned into a bitter woman furiously shopping in a trashy convenient store. Homer, the safety inspector of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant gets reimagined as a security guard who just spends his day on his phone, smoking and stealing a lamp upon clocking out from work. Lisa, the fierce activist and a talented saxophone player is shown as a sad little girl busking in the bus station as sinister police officers come wielding batons.

The whole main-sequence gets wrapped up with repulsive imagery of a family gathering in the living room, showing somewhat dystopian but a realistic version of everyday life in the gutter.

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