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Kuso (2017)

Events unfold after a devastating earthquake in Los Angeles.

Director:

Flying Lotus

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Credited cast:
Hannibal Buress
George Clinton ... Doctor Clinton
David Firth ... Royal
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Arden Banks ... Desmond
Byron Bowers Byron Bowers ... Roach Man (segment "Sock")
Shane Carpenter ... Charlie
Regan Farquhar Regan Farquhar ... News Pirate
Pretty Ricki Fontaine Pretty Ricki Fontaine ... Jenny
Zack Fox Zack Fox ... Manuel
Tim Heidecker ... Phil
Bob Heslip ... Bob
Anders Holm ... Teacher (segment "Smear")
Sandra R. Kisling Sandra R. Kisling ... Michelle
Mali Matsuda ... Angel
Michael Pratt Michael Pratt ... Mike
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Events unfold after a devastating earthquake in Los Angeles.

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Comedy | Drama | Horror

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 July 2017 (USA) See more »

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Brainfeeder Films See more »
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Color

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2.4 : 1
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Received a large number of walkouts at Sundance and was deemed in an article written for Verge as "The grossest movie ever made." See more »

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References Beetlejuice (1988) See more »

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rinse your eyes out afterwards
18 September 2017 | by Harold BossSee all my reviews

Holy !@#$!@#$ that was probably the most disgusting movie I've ever seen and I consider myself well versed in revolting movies.

Scene after scene of people smearing poo and cum on themselves. It really is almost scat porn at times.

Apparently this was "directed" by Flying Lotus but it feels like an anthology movie by multiple directors working separately. Seems like the only instructions were: "there was an earthquake and now everyone has zits... be incredibly vulgar". Then they cut the resulting short films up and mixed it together a little.

The second half of the movie is much stronger than the first. There's more narrative, and there's more humour. If you are thinking of switching off after fifteen minutes due to lack of plot you should probably persevere.

Be ready to rinse your eyes out afterwards.


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