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Æon Flux: Season 3: Episode 10 -- Aeon chases Trevor into the future and, a thousand years later, they are finally alone together.


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12 September 1996 (Denmark) See more »
Æon Flux is a mysterious and amoral secret agent from the country of Monica. Her motives or background are left unexplained... See more »
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The best television series ever on television. Go get your mind warped today! See more (39 total) »


 (Series Cast Summary - 2 of 13)
Denise Poirier ... Æon Flux (10 episodes, 1995)
John Rafter Lee ... Trevor Goodchild (10 episodes, 1995)

Series Directed by
Peter Chung (11 episodes, 1991-1995)
Howard E. Baker (5 episodes, 1995)
Series Writing credits
Peter Chung (16 episodes, 1991-1995)
Japhet Asher (5 episodes, 1995)
Peter Gaffney (4 episodes, 1995)
Mark Mars (3 episodes, 1995)
Todd French (2 episodes, 1995)

Series Produced by
Japhet Asher .... executive producer (16 episodes, 1991-1995)
John Andrews .... supervising producer (10 episodes, 1995)
Abby Terkuhle .... executive producer (10 episodes, 1995)
Catherine Winder .... producer (10 episodes, 1995)
Peter Chung .... producer (5 episodes, 1992)
Series Original Music by
Drew Neumann (16 episodes, 1991-1995)
Series Film Editing by
Michael K. Russell (5 episodes, 1992)
Series Casting by
Jessica Koplos (10 episodes, 1995)
Series Production Management
Howard E. Baker .... post-production supervisor (10 episodes, 1995)
Maryann T. McClure .... production manager (10 episodes, 1995)
Series Art Department
Roger Dondis .... additional designer (10 episodes, 1995)
Lance Hughes .... additional designer (10 episodes, 1995)
Bosco Ng .... additional designer (10 episodes, 1995)
Osamu Tsuruyama .... prop designer / storyboard artist (10 episodes, 1995)
Peter Chung .... designer / storyboard artist (8 episodes, 1991-1995)
Robert Valley .... storyboard artist (6 episodes, 1995)
Norman Cabral .... storyboard artist (4 episodes, 1995)
J. Garett Sheldrew .... storyboard artist / designer (3 episodes, 1992-1995)
Howard E. Baker .... storyboard artist (2 episodes, 1995)
Romeo Francisco .... storyboard artist (2 episodes, 1995)
Mike Jackson .... storyboard artist (2 episodes, 1995)
Sean Newton .... storyboard artist (2 episodes, 1995)
Series Sound Department
Deb Adair .... recording engineer / supervising sound editor (10 episodes, 1995)
Michael Beiriger .... re-recording mixer (10 episodes, 1995)
Russell Brower .... sound designer (10 episodes, 1995)
Matthew A. Thorne .... sound designer (10 episodes, 1995)
Laurie Wetzler .... track reader (10 episodes, 1995)
Drew Neumann .... sound designer (6 episodes, 1991-1992)
Peter Stone .... assistant sound editor (6 episodes, 1991-1992)

Elliot Anders .... dialogue editor (unknown episodes)
Series Camera and Electrical Department
Jae Duk Lee .... camera operator (5 episodes, 1992)
Series Animation Department
Gun Ho Lee .... background color designer / background supervisor (16 episodes, 1991-1995)
Peter Chung .... character designer / prop and background designer / ... (15 episodes, 1991-1995)
Tom McClure .... background designer / prop and background designer (15 episodes, 1992-1995)
Osamu Tsuruyama .... character designer / animator / ... (12 episodes, 1992-1995)
Richard Bowman .... sheet timer (10 episodes, 1995)
Tim Brock .... color stylist (10 episodes, 1995)
Eric Canete .... background designer (10 episodes, 1995)
Joan Drake .... sheet timer (10 episodes, 1995)
James Finn .... background color designer (10 episodes, 1995)
Soo An Kim .... animation producer (10 episodes, 1995)
Tetsuro Kumase .... animation producer (10 episodes, 1995)
Bob Nesler .... sheet timer (10 episodes, 1995)
Joanna Romersa .... sheet supervisor (10 episodes, 1995)
Tony Salmons .... character designer (10 episodes, 1995)
Thomas M. Vogt .... animatic (10 episodes, 1995)
Allen Wilzbach .... sheet timer (10 episodes, 1995)
Tayk Kim .... animation production supervisor (6 episodes, 1991-1992)
Hoon Jung .... animator / layout artist / ... (5 episodes, 1991-1992)
Sun Ja Hwang .... checking (5 episodes, 1992)
Myung Ran Kim .... ink and paint artist (5 episodes, 1992)
Soon Ok Shin .... ink and paint artist (5 episodes, 1992)
Anthony Stacchi .... animator / layout artist (4 episodes, 1992)
Eui-goo Lee .... animator / animation supervisor / ... (3 episodes, 1992-1995)
Si Ok Park .... animation crew / animator (2 episodes, 1991-1992)
J. Garett Sheldrew .... layout artist / animator (2 episodes, 1991-1992)
Jong Jin Son .... animation crew / animator / ... (2 episodes, 1991-1992)
Yutaka Nonaka .... animator / layout artist (2 episodes, 1992)
Series Editorial Department
Cliff Armstrong .... on-line editor (10 episodes, 1995)
Michele Douglas .... supervising editor (10 episodes, 1995)
Ed Rowin .... colorist (10 episodes, 1995)
Series Music Department
Jean-Pierre Bedoyan .... additional percussion (5 episodes, 1992)
Series Other crew
Jack Fletcher .... voice director (10 episodes, 1995)
Peter Gaffney .... story editor (10 episodes, 1995)
Rosemary Sallee .... production assistant (10 episodes, 1995)
Sherri Stringfellow .... production coordinator (10 episodes, 1995)
Osamu Tsuruyama .... main title design (10 episodes, 1995)
Courtney Tucker .... production assistant (10 episodes, 1995)

Kim Giancaterino .... electronic graphic artist / title designer: end credits (unknown episodes)

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Additional Details

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30 min (including commercials)
Argentina:13 | Australia:MA | Australia:M (some episodes) | Canada:14A (Manitoba) (DVD) | Canada:13+ (Quebec) (DVD) | Germany:16 (DVD rating) | Japan:R-18 | Netherlands:16 | Singapore:NC-16 | UK:15 (some epiosodes) | USA:TV-MA

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Began as a series of short films for MTV. Each of these films, plus a couple of full episodes, ended with Aeon Flux being killed, with continuity being "rebooted" in the following episode. (The 2005 Æon Flux (2005) live action movie explained that Aeon is cloned each time she is killed.) This angle was phased out over time. Plans for a second season were discussed but never fulfilled.See more »
[first lines]
Trevor Goodchild:The unobserved state is a fog of probabilities, a window of and for error. The watcher observes, the fog collapses, an event resolves. A theory becomes a fact... What is the truth? Tell me, if you know. And I will not believe you. Things are never what they seem. Clean gloves hide dirty hands - and mine are dirtier than most... Without truth, there can be no justice. Justice will be done!
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32 out of 41 people found the following review useful.
The best television series ever on television. Go get your mind warped today!, 2 April 2000
Author: zetes from Saint Paul, MN

If I were to make a list of the top ten television shows ever made, I would put Aeon Flux at #1. If I were to make a list of the top ten television shows and movies combined, it would end up at #2 (if you read my other comments, you'll notice that I often exalt films that I've seen in a similar top ten list format and that I have said that many films are this high on the list, but that was usually right after seeing it without any retrospect; I have seen every episode of Aeon Flux at least 10 times, so I have the proper retrospect here). It only falls behind Stanley Kubrick's 2001.

Like 2001, Aeon Flux is a mind-bending series that pushed the limits of narrative. As Trevor Goodchild says in the final episode of this series (so far; they've said that they might come back), "End Sinister": "A person from a thousand years ago could never comprehend the world today." Well, Aeon Flux is about 800 years in the future, because one has to see all the episodes several times before they begin to make sense. I like this, because the first few times you can appreciate the art. After you have seen each episode multiple times, you notice how amazingly and originally the narrative is constructed. So don't get angry at the series if you don't understand it initially.

Begin with the more conventional (though that word can hardly describe this television series) episodes. Rent or buy (it is certainly good enough to buy without having seen it before; look at my other comments to see if you agree with my tastes, then go for it if you do) the red cassette (which is also on DVD), and watch the first two episodes, "Thanatophobia" and "A Last Time for Everything." Then on the Blue Tape, watch "Reraizure," the first episode. Next, go to intermediate episodes, "Isthmus Crypticus," "Ether Drift Theory," "The Demiurge," "Utopia or Deuteronopia," and "End Sinister" (though you may want to save that for the end). Then, for the advanced class, go to the silent episodes on the red and yellow tapes, then see the hardest-to-get episodes "The Purge" and, by far the most mindbending and 2001-like, "Chronophasia." Personally, I like the simple beauty of "Thanatophobia" and "A Last Time for Everything" best, but "The Purge" and "Chronophasia" will warp your mind for sure. And like I said, don't dismiss them if you don't understand them. Think about each episode as an individual structure and then as a part of the whole. And if you're truly impressed, good luck finding the Aeon Flux book they published, _The Herodotus File_. It will help in your understanding if you have the good luck to find it. Also, another miraculously-produced MTV animated series marvel that you might like if you like this is The Maxx. It can usually be found on the shelf with Anime films, but if not, it can be purchased just as Aeon Flux can. It, if I were to list it along with the greatest television series and films, would be #3.

So please, go get your mind warped today by Aeon Flux and The Maxx!

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