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Watching This Short Animation Is Like Taking A Trip To A Shopping Centre In The '80s

Video: Shopping centres were great in the ’80s. Or so I hear. Big clothes. Even bigger hair. Comic book stores, record shops, arcades and movie theatres. And a bunch of bored folks goofing around indoors because there was nothing else to do. Ah, what a carefree life those youths lived. This short animation, Mall 84 by Gervais Merryweather, gives us a glimpse of what life was like back then.
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