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Neil Cooke over 5 years ago
Bent. Crazy as all get-out. Enjoy with your favorite hallucinogen, then seek help.
kat almost 7 years ago
one of the strangest and most disturbing things i have ever seen.
Andrea Cowan 7 years ago
my spirit animation. way more strange than it looks like it might be.
Otavio Becker over 1 year ago
Michael Stewart over 5 years ago
Rob Thompson almost 6 years ago
Abu Dabu over 6 years ago
Logan Koester almost 7 years ago
Daniela Cunha almost 7 years ago
Nivekian Konsolate almost 7 years ago
Ana Heiwajima almost 7 years ago
Lisa Palmer almost 7 years ago
Cat Soup (ねこぢる草, Nekojiru-So, lit. Nekojiru Grass) is a 2001 Japanese animated short film directed by Tatsuo Sato, inspired by the work of manga artist Nekojiru. The surreal black comedy follows Nyatta, an anthropomorphic kitten, on his travel to the land of the dead and back in an effort to save his sister's soul. Cat Soup was released direct-to-DVD on 21 February 2001. Nyāko, the older sister of Nyatta, lies very ill in her room. By accident, Nyatta sees his sister leaving the house holding hands with the Japanese version of Ksitigarbha, (known as Jizou in Japanese) and follows them. Nyatta claims one half of his sister's soul by pulling one arm. Nyāko's soul gets split in two, and her brother runs away with one half. Jizou sends a clue about a flower they must search for in order to retrieve the missing part, then walks away with the other half. Nyatta returns home to find the doctor telling his parents that his sister is dead. Nyatta gets closer with the half-soul in his arms and...
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