Strawinsky and the Mysterious House
Strawinsky and the Mysterious House is a short film directed and produced by David Hutter.
|Strawinsky and the Mysterious House|
|Directed by||David Hutter|
|Produced by||David Hutter|
|Written by||Olaf Franke|
|Edited by||David Hutter|
|Distributed by||Hope Animation|
Strawinsky and three talking animal friends find a mysterious mansion hidden in the depths of a forest. They enter and explore the house, meeting a variety of characters inside, including a depressed anthropomorphic cello, a manic troll, and a elf called the Globglogabgalab, who is enamored by evil books.
Upon meeting the Globglogabalab, he performs a song for Strawinsky and his friends; the song lyrics reveal he is addicted to the demonic books of the mysterious house's underground library. After hearing this song, Strawinsky's friends become trapped by a dark spell in the underground library, leaving Strawinsky tasked to break this spell to escape from the house.
The Globglogagalab hides when Strawinsky calls out to the Scarlet Queen. The Scarlet Queen arrives and tells the friends how the demonic books were created by the Rat King. After realizing this, the Globglogabgalab asks the Scarlet Queen for forgiveness and she grants it.
In Popular Culture
In February the 2018, the Globglogabgalab's song became an internet meme because of the nonsensical lyrics and the long name of the Globglogabgalab.
In 2021 Kanye West sampled the Globglogabgalab on his tenth studio album, Donda.
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