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France, Japan · 2018
Rated R · 1h 35m
Director Shoujirou Nishimi, Guillaume Renard
Starring Orelsan, Gringe, Redouanne Harjane, Féodor Atkine
Genre Science Fiction, Animation, Action, Crime, Comedy

Angelino is just one of thousands of deadbeats living in Dark Meat City. But an otherwise unremarkable scooter accident caused by a beautiful, mysterious stranger is about to transform his life... into a waking nightmare! He starts seeing monstrous forms prowling around all over the city... Is Angelino losing his mind, or could an alien invasion really be happening this quietly...?

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Austin Chronicle by

Cue ultraviolence, gang stereotypes, and a bucketload of plots that never really go anywhere.


Los Angeles Times by Charles Solomon

MFKZ is obviously modeled on Katsuhiro Ôtomo’s “Akira” and Taiyô Matsumoto’s “Tekkonkinkreet,” but it lacks the gritty brilliance of the former and the underdog poignancy of the latter.


The Guardian by Mike McCahill

If you’re looking for world building, you’re come to the right place. Yet its architects prove keener to flytip this secondhand imagery than they are to sort through it.


Screen International by Sarah Ward

Distinctive 2D animation mixes graffiti-strewn, street-level realism with playful stylisation...for an aesthetically striking, instantly immersive and highly memorable end result.


Paste Magazine by Toussaint Egan

While it flares up before fizzling out in its final moments, the view is admittedly entertaining and worth witnessing if only to relish in the thrill of its visual excess.

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