‘Rio 2096: A Story of Love and Fury’

I loved this film

Pasadena Art & Science Beat

Move over Pocahontas. Disney might have told your story with cute animals and made it a politically correct romance, but “Rio 2096: A Story of Love and Fury,” looks at history from a decidedly Native American point of view–one that’s bloody and often sad. “Love and Fury” opens on Friday at the Pasadena Laemmle Playhouse 7.

This Brazilian movie, “A Story of Love and Fury,”  is one of 19 features submitted for the 86th Academy Awards Best Animated Feature and “Love and Fury”  (Uma História de Amor e Fúria) is an animation for adults. It features nudity because the original Native Americans in Brazil didn’t have much use for clothes. As is typical, the male genitals are represented in a subtle manner. The female breasts are given prominent nipples.

Directed and written by Luiz Bolognesi, the movie won Best Feature at the Annecy International Animated Film Festival and won the…

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