Pixar’s Inside Out gave audiences an inventive, Technicolor glimpse into the usually opaque machinations of teenage emotion. But what if it didn’t? What if the film was just an average, cut-and-dry story of a family’s exhausting, not-so-smooth move to California?
That’s the premise of “Inside Out: Outside Edition,” a hypothetical by film student Jordan Hanzon that cuts Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger, Disgust, and yes, Bing Bong, from the film, leaving Riley’s actions unexplained. The result: a story of a really moody girl who really hates San Francisco.