I'm down with undermining order and causality and the subject/object dichotomy. I can totally get behind subverting cinematic conventions and implicating 'the real' in the process. But, gah, I don't know about this whole breakfast at noon thing... Rhythmic dadaist fun. Also perfect for the Imaginary Zizek commentary game.
Trick photography distinguishes this surrealist curiosity where household objects defy their users and people disappear at will. The creativity of its photography is impressive, and it follows an entertainingly dreamlike pattern, displaying a solid early mastery of special effects.
Early stop-motion and terribly funny (quite easy to watch today!) short film from Hans Richter, one of the finest directors in Dada and Surrealism. This is not simply a "psychedelic" ride, it is charged with political meaning: anti-bourgeoisie from beginning to end. During the "degenerate art" initiative, the Nazis destroyed the sound version (by Paul Hindemith!), but now we have a decent remade soundtrack. Enjoy!