George Takei Narrates This Hilariously Philosophical Parody Of A Fable

It sounds like a children's fable: Albert the Squirrel wakes up one chilly morning to discover that his scarf is nowhere to be found. As he searches the woods, he meets various animals who ask his advice on their various woes. That's when things start getting weird...


Eoin Duffy made The Missing Scarf, which has been winning prizes at animation and film festivals left and right. It's one of those short films you should try to devote your full attention to so that you truly enjoy how dizzying Albert's advice becomes.


I like how Albert looks like he's made of origami. Also, I agree with him about the cycles of the universe and how life is resilient.