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Au Fou!

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Japanese: 殺人狂時代
English: Au Fou!
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Type: Movie
Episodes: 1
Status: Finished Airing
Aired: 1966
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Source: Original
Genre: FantasyFantasy
Duration: 13 min.
Rating: PG-13 - Teens 13 or older


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Short experimental animation film from 1966 from pioneer Kuri Yoji.

Two versions exist. The original monochrome version that is 13 min. And the edited international colour version that is 9 min.


The edited international colour version that is 9 min. long has uncensored images of real life nudity from pornographic magazines. Please be mindful when selecting which version to view as one is not appropriate for minors.

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Kuri, Youji


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Jul 18, 2014
Another classic from the mind of LSD addicted director Yoji Kuri, watch and be amazed as this 1960's colored pencil animation shows random characters dying in random ways ranging from being run over by boats to smelling their own farts, and capping it off with some nude pictures of Asian models that are at least well into their 80's now.
Aug 25, 2014
Well, if you want to watch a collection of cheap looking static images of poorly drawn characters getting killed or killing themselves for 13 minutes, then this is the film for you.

On top of the poorly done art, it's accompanied by a tepid, uninteresting score... and poor quality sound effects. The soundtrack isn't horrible, but it also doesn't stand out much at all, and I wouldn't necessarily call it good, either.

Also, before anything happens in any of the shorts, there's a long, drawn out period of music playing over a single static image, and while these moments were obviously intended to build up to the ...


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