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Rubber Johnny (Aphex Twin)

(MIFF 2005, animation)

Director: Chris Cunningham

Johnny is a hyperactive, shape-shifting mutant child. Kept locked away in a basement, he has only his feverish imagination and his terrified dog for company. Featuring music by legendary composer, Aphex Twin, this nightmarish and hallucinatory short is from the UK's most imaginative filmmaker, Chris Cunningham.
D Chris Cunningham P/WS Inertia Distribution TD video/col/2005/6mins

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