Crooked Candy is simple, elegant, and surprisingly tender. We watch the man interact with his collection of hundreds of Kinder toys as he speaks in a very measured, unassuming, almost calming tone about what the eggs mean to him. When the 6-minute film ended, I was left with so many questions; chiefly, why did it have to end so quickly? It feels rare that a voiceover short film shot largely in the same room and with limited visual engagement of the single subject could so quickly and delightfully engage, but engage it did. I will undoubtedly seek out those Kinder eggs the next time I leave the States, and I look forward to the next unique surprise from director Andrew Rodgers.