A witty and eye-opening tour through Borowczyk's own collection of vintage erotica. Originally intended as part of his 'Contes immoraux', it was released first as a separate short, and is ... See full summary »
A bizarre, semi-abstract animated film, based around the theme of angels being processed by a nightmarish factory. It has been interpreted as an allegory of the concentration camp ... See full summary »
Borowczyk presents two seemingly distinct 'volets'. In the first we see an old farmer and his dog shot in stark black and white. The second features a succession of tableaux vivant in startling colour featuring houseplants and kittens.
A simpleton thief on Goto, an isolated island ruled by a barbaric dictator, climbs ranks from criminal to fly-catcher, dog-keeper and boot polisher, while himself and other islanders get ... See full summary »
Here's another bizarre short from Walerian Borowczky. This one here deals with a female angel who dares to question the "higher ups" because she enjoys what sin has to offer. This six-minute animated piece takes place in both Heaven and Hell and if you're a fan of the director then I'm sure you'll enjoy this one. We're introduced to a variety of characters, all sinners, but the main person is of course the angel and her desires. There's certainly nothing ground-breaking about this short but at the same time it's certainly a lot of fun. The director brings his surreal touch to the material and there's no question that the animation itself is quite good, if a bit standard.
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