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In a noisy bar crammed with people, the remarkably diverse clientele interacts with each other through a series of lively bubbles. Words can be rich and emotional, or sharp and pitilessly accurate; but, what would man be without them?
AEG MAHA ("Time Out") is a short animated film that is not for everyone! It is almost like taking drugs--weird, colorful and brain-numbing. As for me, I really didn't enjoy it but can respect the work and time that went into making this thing.
I'll try to describe the film, but frankly it defies description--especially after the main character apparently goes crazy. This character looks like a cat or raccoon painted by someone using LSD. The colors are very funky and the animal runs about the apartment trying to fix everything. When it all goes kablooey, it seems to lose its mind and enters a bizarro world at the beach that...well...is odd. Boobies, people whizzing in the ocean and a lot of other stuff follows.
As the film was meant as an art film, I guess it's pretty good but not exactly something I would like to see again.
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