The guns shoot daisies and the bad guys spurt blood petals. That’s just life in Flower Warfare. Stay sharp for the next two and a half minutes, and you might not get ploughed.
Flower Warfare, from Freddie Wong, lies somewhere between the ultraviolence of Cardboard Warfare and the dazzling light painting of Wong’s Light Warfare short. Works for me! As does the gratuitous reference in the final frames. [The Daily What]