THE STORY ABOUT BAGSY IS A SAD STORY WITH A HAPPY ENDING. NOTHING IS BETTER THAN A HAPPY ENDING, SO WE CHOOSE TO FOCUS ON THAT.
Bagsy is the worlds largest optical sorting robot owned by the municipality of Oslo and the department of disposal (REN). The story about Bagsy is a sad story with a happy ending. Nothing is better than a happy ending, so we choose to focus on that. Bagsy is the worlds largest optical sorting robot owned by the municipality of Oslo and the department of disposal (REN). He was a very, very misunderstood and devastated machine, who felt that nobody liked him. Bagsy loves to sort things, but as the giant he was and is, he scared people as he was picking up cars from the high street to sort them out according to colour. Like a kind relative of TRANSFORMERS, in other words. Then REN came a long and gave him the job of a lifetime: Bagsy sorts out all our green, blue and grey garbage bags - and we love him for that. A very sweet and heartfelt film from the production company Qvisten animation directed by Klaus Rybakken Sandvik and produced by Tonje Joa. Post produced by Anne Roksvåg and Hocus Focus. Music and sound design by Preben Grieg-Halvorsen. Dreaming of a greener life? For more information about the work of REN in our capital city, take a look at renovasjonsetaten.oslo.kommune.no Go Bagsy!
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