Although emerged and inspired by a heart-break, this music video is as crazy fun as would be expected from a psychedelic / NSFW mash-up. Add to this the bizarre music by Seinosuke Saeki, the experimental style of director Sawako Kabuki and the translation of the title (“Anal Juice” as we found out!), and behold the spectacular result! The promo was awarded for its “Artistic Contribution” during the Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival Here’s what Kabuki had to say about the inspiration for this video (might be slightly on the explicit side though!): “After breaking up with my ex-boyfriend, I was heartbroken but I had to think about the theme for my next animation film. Just then I had a dream of this ex-boyfriend. This animation film is based on that dream. In Japan, on 11th March 2011, we had great earthquakes and aftershocks followed over and over. And not only earthquakes but also how to face the nuclear power is one of the hottest issues in our country. I think that dream  is the mixture of this charged atmosphere of Japan and my heartbreaking depression. So I “re-mixed” what I had in my head. By the way, he used to like enema. So in this song, the word of “ass” and its related words are fluttering. All of these are linked to the memories of him so I decided to use this song. In that dream the face of my ex-boyfriend was not clear, so in this animation, his face is drawn just like “ass”\".  

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    Psychedelic

    title:

    Ketsujiru Juke

    artist:

    Seinosuke Saeki

    director:

    Sawako Kabuki

    soundcloud.com/ketsujiru-juke


     


    Ketsujiru Juke

    Although emerged and inspired by a heart-break, this music video is as crazy fun as would be expected from a psychedelic / NSFW mash-up. Add to this the bizarre music by Seinosuke Saeki, the experimental style of director Sawako Kabuki and the translation of the title (“Anal Juice” as we found out!), and behold the spectacular result!

    The promo was awarded for its “Artistic Contribution” during the Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival

    Here’s what Kabuki had to say about the inspiration for this video (might be slightly on the explicit side though!):

    “After breaking up with my ex-boyfriend, I was heartbroken but I had to think about the theme for my next animation film. Just then I had a dream of this ex-boyfriend. This animation film is based on that dream.

    In Japan, on 11th March 2011, we had great earthquakes and aftershocks followed over and over. And not only earthquakes but also how to face the nuclear power is one of the hottest issues in our country. I think that dream  is the mixture of this charged atmosphere of Japan and my heartbreaking depression. So I “re-mixed” what I had in my head. By the way, he used to like enema. So in this song, the word of “ass” and its related words are fluttering. All of these are linked to the memories of him so I decided to use this song. In that dream the face of my ex-boyfriend was not clear, so in this animation, his face is drawn just like “ass”".

     

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