Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe!

En, ten, týky!

Yiós, a lonely boy from a mythical world in the clouds, is bullied by the other children for having a head which shines like the sun. After being pushed down to Earth as the loser of a wicked game, he wins something far more important.

On a mythological playground high up in the clouds, creatures and gods bring their kids to play while they go to work. Children of all kinds, with horns, wings, hair of snakes, and heads resembling ancient ceramic vases, fill the playground with laughter and shouts. Amongst them is little Yiós, with a shining sunny crown on his head, inherited from his father Helios. But while Helios is met by an enthusiastic fan club, Yiós is not at all popular. Annoyed by his shining head, the children play a cruel game, where Yiós, instead of winning a kiss, gets a hard push. He falls from the clouds as a meteorite, directly to Earth, creating international panic. While fleeing the scene of impact, Yiós ends up tangled in a swing in a suburban backyard, where he makes an unexpected acquaintance. He meets a kind blind boy, who appreciates the warmth of his shine. And so, just before Helios manages to rescue his son back to their magical world, Yiós gets the sweet kiss that he was promised.

Producer and Scriptwriter
Andrea Szelesová

Target audience

Primary target audience is children aged 6-9. Secondary target audience is international animation film festival and children's film festival goers. The film Eeny, Meeny, Miny, Moe! is without dialogue, making it understandable to children and viewers all around the world.

Production company


CEE Animation is supported by the Creative Europe – MEDIA Programme of the European Union and co-funded by state funds and foundations and professional organisations from the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland, Slovakia and Slovenia.

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