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Run & Roll


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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: 2013
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Source: Original
Genres: Dementia
Duration: 1 min.
Rating: G - All Ages

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Score: 3.651 (scored by 46 users)
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Ranked: #100822
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Popularity: #11026
Members: 84
Favorites: 0
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Run & Roll is a campaign film created by Keiichi Tanaami for the Kyoto Marathon by CW-X.

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Tanaami, Keiichi
Tanaami, Keiichi
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ejala
Nov 15, 2016
Good lord, it's a Tanaami film that's NOT full of phallus noses and random penises!
Okay, there are some pointy long noses, but it's not nearly as obvious as much of his other work. Also, no strobe effects! You can watch it without threat of seizures or eye pain.
I realize this might sound like faint praise, but those were the main detractors, in my mind, to almost all of the other films by Tanaami that I've seen. The man is an amazing graphic pop artist, but it's hard to enjoy a riotous explosion of color and form when the lighting direction read more
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