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Jason Scott Sadofsky
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"Kiki and Bubu: Rated R Us" was written, filmed and edited in under two weeks. All puppet scenes had to be shot in six hours, because the team was only allowed to use the TV studio for an afternoon. See more »
"Kiki and Bubu: RATED R US" is a sock puppet adventure about Internet censorship and love directed by Johannes Grenzfurthner of Austrian art & tech group Monochrom. It is the sixth installment of the Kiki and Bubu series. The puppets Kiki and Bubu have "some feelings", so they sign up for an online dating site. When the People of China want to become their friend, they are excited. However, sending the People of China a video of themselves proves to be difficult: Their content gets flagged as inappropriate and taken down from YouTube. On the long quest for knowledge which follows, Kiki and Bubu learn all about Internet censorship. And love.
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