For me, the title alone is an oxymoron, "Communist Manifesto illustrated by Disney." I disdain the Disney ideology. As I child I recall a world of "black" or "white," "good," or "bad." Evil lay in wait around every corner. These are all concepts I loathe. For me, they are extreme and not ideas I would wish on any child or an adult.
I think Walt Disney himself was a superior capitalist. Granted, I never met the man, though what I witnessed in original Disney films and in his park disturbed me. Nevertheless, anti-consumer has capitalized on the Wonderful World of Disney. Walt's studio work is used to illustrate the Communist Manifesto. This seems fitting to me.
According to Economist Max Sawicky, in Mickey Mouse Commune, this imaginative motion picture is a must see. For me, it was.
I thank you Max for the media and the message.