After long wanderings Charles returns to the coop just to learn painful truth- dead chickens were infected with bird flu and were killed by the elder and the cow to prevent contamination. Emma knew everything and also wanted to save the lives in the coop. Charles becomes involved into a process of birds “saving” by killing those which caught the flu but fails to kill his friend Marcy. Finally all chickens and hens die because of the virus and Charles finds out that he has become a main killer himself.
The genre can be characterized as adult animation because the scenario is written mostly for the audience older than at least 16-18 year olds. The animation is surreal and mock with main heroes acting like people in the similar to criminal world situations. Obviously, the film incorporates a big quantity of violence and has a plot that is a bit difficult to follow for younger audience. Some details are intentionally shown with attention to injuries and aggression. The film, however, has adult sarcasm which can be understood by the auditory with good sense of humor. The animation also explores some adult social and philosophical issues with major hero dealing with the difficult choice.
The audience might mostly consist of men probably because the animation does not have many female characters and any typical attractions for women such as romantic story. The only “woman” in a film also does not have a good reputation which shows that the world described is a “men`s world”. However, Emma, the only hen, is shown as brave, loyal, and decisive who can be appreciated by more women nowadays.
As the animation is full of scenes of aggression and risky behaviors the film must evoke anxiety in audience first of all. However, taking into account that it is still looks a bit ironical to observe hens and chickens acting like criminals, this emotion can be mixed with amusement and irony. In some cases the