A few years ago I watched a thoroughly enjoyable animation which I believe was created in Europe, perhaps Germany or a Scandinavian country. I am having a very difficult time tracking it down.
It was less than 5 minutes in length.
It opens like this:
A bustling grungy city scape as the camera zooms into a top-floor brick apartment building. Inside is an attractive blonde woman putting on make-up as a TV is showing a catastrophe in the making.
This tall, muscular woman exists the building and walks along a busy sidewalk - passerbyers are talking but the language is not comprehensivlble - it's mostly a kind of rumbling, grumbling vocalizations. There is a barber shop scene for some reason that I remember where the barber is talking incesseanlty but again, it's in this kind of incomprehensible gibberish.
The woman transforms into a super hero and fights battles.
There is a scene of a man on a beach who turns and sees a nuclear explosing off in the distance.
That's about all I can remember.
Does anyone have any idea what the name of this film is or can provide a link to it perhaps?
It may have been called something like "The Hot City" or "The [insert adjective here] City"