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The Suicide Shop

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A happy child is born into a depressed family that sells equipment to help people commit suicide. Realizing that the very future of their enduring family business may be threatened by the beaming boy, the family soon resorts to desperate measures in their efforts to keep the misery alive.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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March 12, 2013

The ever-diverse Patrice Leconte has made an original, darkly humorous animation about a store assisting suicidals.
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Film-Forward.com
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March 07, 2013

After the success of the irreverent The Book of Mormon, this would be a natural for the stage-Broadway would be so lucky.
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sbs.com.au
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August 18, 2012

The Suicide Shop is darkly drawn comedy taken to uncomfortable lengths (and, parents, it's definitely not a film for the whole family).
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Globe and Mail
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November 30, 2012

Too grisly for kids, or at least their ticket-buying parents. At the same time, the bouncy musical numbers with their contorted rhymes are unlikely to be embraced by any self-respecting Goth teen.
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Eye for Film
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November 22, 2012

This is a film of two halves, with the half involving sweetness and light muddled and limp in comparison to its tougher, more sinister flipside, while the ending is almost unforgivably trite.
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Toronto Star
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November 29, 2012

The animation is great, in its stark, mostly monochromatic way, but the music merely serviceable.
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Reel Film Reviews
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September 10, 2012

An exceedingly off-the-wall animated endeavor...
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