The Apocalypse Strikes Argentina In EL SOL

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The Apocalypse Strikes Argentina In EL SOL
Soon to premiere in Rotterdam is Ayar Blasco's El Sol, a work of animation so deliberately deliberately coarse that it immediately brings Korean effort Aachi and Ssipak to mind. Which is pretty much what you'd expect from a young writer-director-producer who named his own company Crudofilms.

What's the state of society and youth culture, twenty years after the nuclear apocalypse? Well, more or less like this in Buenos Aires. Black humour, nasty words and intelligent rubbish in a unique cartoon for adults by the maker of Mercano el Marciano.

The creator is Ayar Blasco.  The film is El Sol.  Check the very peculiar teaser below.
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ToryJanuary 12, 2010 8:19 PM

Peculiar is definitely the right word. I'll be keeping my eye on this.

Sean "The Butcher" SmithsonJanuary 12, 2010 9:20 PM

Style-wise the look of the animation hits me like a weirder than weird hybrid of SOUTH PARK and Jean Giraud Moebius.