Mister Cok is the owner of a large bomb factory. Looking for efficiency and profit, he decides to replace his workers by sophisticated robots. The formers stare helplessly at the toil of the robotic labourers. But one of the workers does not accept being discarded so easily...
Mister COK is a tale of modern times, showing us the deeds of a grotesque and placid monster. His childish gibberish and his melancolic smile do not match the shear violence of his acts - a violence made more terrifying by the fact that nobody seems really to care, except a distasteful, shouting, angry little character with a red scarf.
Mister COK’s production lasted a whole year, during which Franck Dion created the drawings, the sets and sculptures that the movie needed. The movie was animated at the Studio Train-Train, in Lille, North of France. Technically, Mister COK uses the conventions of paper cut-out, with numerical 2D graphics and puppets photographs. Miniatures, built with the help of Zoé Goetgheluck, were used for many sets. Compositing and additional animations were done in Paris.
Mister COK is the first movie produced by Papy3D, a new production company founded by a team of animation directors.