Aachi & Ssipak
Tuesday, November 9, 2010 at 7 PM
(54 Varick Street, NYC)
Bum Jin Cho, Animation, Grade 18, 90 minutes
In a world where oil has run dry, in a country where the government robs its citizens of hope, in a land where freedom is a four letter word, there is one substance more valuable than gold: your poo. A vertiginous slide down a swirling toilet bowl of bad taste, AACHI & SSIPAK is a deliriously detailed, over-the-top animated sci fi thriller 8 years in the making. If Michael Bay and John Waters were forced to make a cartoon together, it would be AACHI & SSIPAK. A series of exhilarating action setpieces that leave Jackie Chan and Steven Spielberg in the dust, it dishes out massive action scenes so hyper-detailed they take your breath away. Not since the animated anti-authoritarian head trips of Ralph Bakshi has a movie done so much so quickly: within the first reel it’s dispensed more ultra-violence than a thousand action films, annihilated all boundaries of good taste and bent numerous intellectual properties (like Batman) over the table and violated them so gleefully they may never recover.
Tribeca Cinemas (54 Varick Street, NYC)
1, A, C, E trains to Canal St.
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