Kenneth Anger’s Mouse Heaven, at least in theory, is an oddly twee undertaking for the director responsible for Invocation of my Demon Brother and Scorpio Rising. Anger, who apparently had access to an innumerable amount of Mickey Mouse memorabilia, begins with a negative-filtered clip of a crowd of rats before bombarding with images of Mouse iconography and top-tapping music from the likes of The Proclaimers and James and Bobby Purfly. The film plays somewhere between a critique and an homage, using the iconic character in a series of musical numbers that mimic the insouciance of vintage cartoons to uncanny effect.