Aug 29 2009 11:00am

Saturday Morning Cartoons: “Madame Tutli-Putli” and “Drux Flux”

Madame Tulti, Drux Flux

Madame Tutli-Putli: “Jungian thriller? Hitchcockian suspense? Artistic tour de force? The night train awaits you.” (17.30 minutes)

Drux Flux: An industrial assault. (4/50 minutes)

Madame Tutli-Putli
Chris Lavis, Maciek Szczerbowski

Drux Flux
Theodore Ushev


As always, more animation in our Saturday Morning Cartoon Index.

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1 comment
Richard Fife
1. R.Fife
I'll admit that both of the films today left me, um, somewhat lost? I can see the art to them, and they were interesting, in their own rights, but Madame Tutli-Putli left me wondering what the heck happened, and Drux Flux was, well, wow. I got the impression of a bit of a technological progression from old mechanics thought a war-boom and projecting into a hopeful yet in the end despaired future. But, well, that is grasping at smoke, I think. Perhaps if I had any clue what the one-dimensional man was about.

But still, enjoyable, just confusing.

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