I feel like Schulz's masterpiece is merely a hymn of a starting point for this. Doesn't matter. Both are surreal wells of hidden desires and madness, personifications in tow, spawned by a ripped and, here, literally a re-sewn historical derivation. I see these guys payed homage to Svankmajer; technically, this is next-level. Insanely beautiful. I will dream of that tailor for a long time. I secretly want that tailor.