Official Red Band trailer for French R-Rated animated film ‘MFKZ’
by Alex Billington
September 30, 2018
âThere is no way you can run forever. GKids debuted red stripe trailer for a French animated film titled MFKZ, directed by ShÃ´jirÃ´ Nishimi & Guillaume Renard, based on the Renard comic book series. The title is an abbreviation because the real French title is Mutafukaz, but you can’t broadcast that in the United States. The film is described as a “dark but incredibly animated sci-fi vision that mixes anime, film noir and Lucha Libre in an orgy of video game-inspired chaos.” The feature film is a collaboration between the French cartoonist Guillaume “RUN” Renard and the “ultra-hip” Japanese animation house Studio 4 Â° C, from Tekkonkinkreet, Genius party, and Psychological play. The new English version features the voices of Michel chiklis, Giancarlo Esposito, Jorge Gutierrez, Dascha Polanco, RZA, Vince staples, and Danny trejo. It looks really cool, something different. And good to see another R-rated animated film.
Here is the new one red stripe ShÃ´jirÃ´ Nishimi & Guillaume Renard trailer MFKZ, on GKids YouTube:
And here is the original green stripe trailer + trailer for Renard’s MFKZ movie, also from YouTube:
The film centers on young Angelino and his skull-and-flame pal Vinz, who live in a seedy apartment building in a dystopian LA-inspired metropolis – a burnt-out, gang-bogged and cockroach-infested neo-urban hell. Following a scooter accident, Angelino begins to experience migraines and strange hallucinations, as well as fits of rage-inspired superpowers, as he slowly awakens to the truth of his origins: he’s half human and half macho, a supernatural alien race who is determined to take on the planet. MFKZ, also known as Mutafukaz, is produced by a French cartoonist Guillaume “Run” Fox and Japanese animator Shojiro Nishimi, making his directorial debut after working on Tekkonkinkreet and Batman: Gotham Knight. It premiered at the Annecy and London Festivals last year, and already opened earlier this summer in France in May. GKids will be released MFKZ in some cinemas for two evenings only from October 11 this fall, followed by the VOD / Blu-ray release. For more info + tickets, visit the official website. Thoughts? Who wants to see this?
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