Of course there were trailers,
and I saw the oddest trailer I've ever seen.
It was for an animated
(because Bunny and I were waiting to watch an animated film movie)
so nothing odd there.
But it was in Spanish.
I've never seen a trailer for a foreign
film movie that wasn't in English.
But it gets odder.
It was subtitled!
it makes sense for a
film movie in a foreign language to be subtitled.
But this wasn't a film movie—this was the trailer for a film movie.
And not just for a film movie,
but an animated film movie!
I've seen subtitled animated
films movies before but they weren't exactly aimed at mainstream American audiences but direct imports,
usually from Japan,
but I suppose some could exist from elsewhere in the world.
the voice over,
the typical trailer voice over that typically begins “In a world about a land with time,”
that type of voice over,
was in English!
So Bunny and I saw a trailer for a sub-titled Spanish animated
film movie with an English voice over.
About chickens and eggs.
I got nothing.
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