Diego the bicyclist waits to check into the PGI hotel, where each room's inhabitant seems more bizarre than the last, and the rabbits on the top floor have discovered the secret of voodoo, ...
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Diego the bicyclist waits to check into the PGI hotel, where each room's inhabitant seems more bizarre than the last, and the rabbits on the top floor have discovered the secret of voodoo, using electronics and carrots. Can the rare and unpredictable night of the carrots save everyone, or will their connections to the room's electrical sockets restrain them too much? Will Diego find love with an egg that speaks incessantly in German? Will the cellist, who is actually a room full of a gelatinous substance, affected in some way by buttons labeled K, G, and B, have dreams that explain everything? Or will the audience just leave scratching their heads? Not all questions get answered.Written by
Jon Reeves <firstname.lastname@example.org>
come to think of it. there are no such things as rabbits either. This film is utterly bizzar but absolutely hilarious. I have seen it many times after it aired on late night television and am still trying to figure out it's full meaning. If you get a chance to see it I suggest you do if you have a taste for the absurd. Great music, great animation, some of the voices are rather strange. All in all 10 out of 10. I've never seen anything like it before.
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