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Not sure if this one is technically part of our Brexit coverage -- but in case 
you're still wondering what mindset it requires for anyone in the UK to think 
that leaving the EU is a great idea, then you're going to leave this screening 
not just with an entirely plausible answer, but most likely with a couple of 
even more troubling questions. Still, Phil Mulloy's animated series The 
Christies is more than just a portrait of a hopelessly psychopathic English 
family. Throughout his work, Mulloy is trying to find out is how simple his 
visual style and sound design has to become so that he retains full artistic 
autonomy (can keep working without professional animators, voice actors etc.)
-- and the result is a radically minimalist, at times truly avantgardistic 
approach to animation that will make The Simpsons or South Park look utterly 
baroque in comparison. Of course, The Christies are at least as funny as those 
two combined, but the specific type of humor that Mulloy employs remains just 
as minimalist as his drawing style, and other than maybe a distant echo of 
early 1980s UK post-punk nihilism, there nothing even remotely British about it.

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                                                            pirate cinema berlin
                                                                u kottbusser tor
                                                           sunday, july 24, 9 pm

                                                                   the christies
                                                                     phil mulloy
                                                                   2006, 80 mins

                                                                  12 seats, rsvp
                                                          first come first serve
                                                       location in separate mail

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