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Japan, China · 2022
1h 38m
Director Masaaki Yuasa
Starring Avu-chan, Mirai Moriyama, Tasuku Emoto, Kenjiro Tsuda
Genre Animation, Drama, Music

Born to an esteemed family, Inu-oh is afflicted with an ancient curse that has left him on the margins of society. When he meets the blind musician Tomona, Inu-oh discovers a captivating ability to dance, and the pair quickly become inseparable friends and business partners, amazing the public with their concerts.

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IndieWire by David Ehrlich

At heart, Inu-Oh is a film about storytelling’s power to keep the past alive, and while Yuasa’s carnivalesque extravaganza can be too slippery to hold onto at times, it always proves unforgettable in a way that serves that ultimate purpose.


IGN by Rafael Motamayor

Inu-Oh is the electrifying, headbanging animated rock opera that film has been sorely missing, with a poignant message and unrestricted animation that reaffirms the visual prowess of director Masaaki Yuasa.


Screen Daily by Wendy Ide

It’s fair to say that in this singular piece of filmmaking, with its dense deep-dive into arcane legend and mythology, selling out is certainly not on the cards for Masaaki Yuasa right now.


TheWrap by William Bibbiani

Inu-Oh may get messy with its plotting, but that never dulls its impact. It’s a siren scream of a musical: angry and beautiful, rapturously animated and highly infectious.

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