This six-minute-plus promo for Diesel's fall/winter kids' collection had me hooked all the way through. It's an insanely creative and disjointed mini-epic, worthy of being called a film and not just a commercial. This was made to sell children's clothes?! The surreal montage borrows ideas and styles from Dr. Seuss, J.K. Rowling, Jules Verne, Terry Gilliam and H.R. Pufnstuf-era Sid and Marty Kroft, to name a few. But the clip surpasses the sum of its inspirations and scores because it accurately captures—as near as my ancient brain can recall—the fantasy worlds inside kids' heads.