The first animated comedy for adults about the incredible adventures of food from the supermarket. Edible friends have to get an answer to the main question: is there life outside the supermarket, and what happens to the products after they get to people at home?
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“Full raskolbas” is a rather original and daring animated film with a rating of 18+, telling about the life of ordinary food that we consume daily.
So, the story begins in a large grocery store, and before us the usual morning – food of different shapes and sizes, from banana to sausage, immensely enjoys a new day, wanting to get into the hands of the gods as soon as possible (that is, ordinary buyers like us) And find yourself in a better world. This common faith unites all products, forcing them to live in sweet euphoria in anticipation of a miracle. However, on this most ill-fated day everything starts to go wrong – the mustard returned to the exchange of canary in horror tells that there is no better world behind the store’s doors, and quite the contrary – there are terrible things happening there. After this, a series of events and voila are launched – the main characters are singled out from the general edifice, the adventures of which we will follow.
It is worth saying that the film is filled with a different quality of humor. For the most part, jokes and ambiguous phrases, sounding from the mouth of a reasonable meal, are really capable of cheering, but some moments still cause some disgust and the thought “well this is already a bust.” Although this is a pure taste, nevertheless, remember that obscene humor and undisguised sexual allusions in the “Complete raskolbas” are abundant.
Let’s run through the other aspects of the picture. Characters – funny, interesting and undoubtedly causing sympathy for themselves. The narration does not bore, the closer to the end, the more the movie accelerates. The presence of steep references to cult things like “Terminator” wildly happy. Chic splitting of the fourth wall and an open ending, giving hope for a sequel. Well, perhaps everything.
The bottom line: “The complete rift” really deserves viewing. This is a great parody of the human world, which not only laughs, but frankly mocks at the hypocrisy, hurling an undisguised, deliberately hypertrophied vulgarity in the screen, while still being a caustic satire on our society. Creators definitely deserve applause.