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Sex Kills: ‘Urbance’ Pilot Available For Public Viewing [Review]

Sex Kills: Urbance Pilot Available For Public Viewing [Review]

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Urbance is a dystopian animated series, complete with sex, drugs, and violence, against a gritty environment. This show has some stunning animation, coupled with its Japanese anime influences and trip-hop music, comes together to create one trippy ride during the eight-minute Urbance pilot. Written and directed by Joel Dos Reis Viegas and Sebastian Larroude, with Studio Ghibli animator Hiroshi Shimizu, these three create a project that is all-inclusive.

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In this dystopian city, all types of sex is outlawed. If you dare to have sex, you’ll most likely meet an untimely death right on the spot. Women and Men are divided and not allowed to interact per city ordinance. COEVO is the omniscient company trying to “cure” the public and keep things in order. But they can’t keep Kenzell and Lesya away from one another. These two provide the conflict that sets off a chain of dangerous event that further the story. Urbance is leaves you with one question: Will love and sex conquer all?

Urbance, Urbance Pilot, Urbance is, Sex

The pilot sets the tone for the show. The slums are ripe with angst and sexual tension. There are underground parities where men and women interact, and dance (no sex) but only for two hours. This where Kenzell and Lesy meet and the rest is history. I don’t want to give too much away, but trust me you should watch to see what happens.

Directors Viegas and Larroude have given us something extremely unique. There is a very diverse cast, members of the LGBTQ community are also included. The animation is top-notch. Its a surreal, visual feast of lush, vibrant colors that bring this bleak existence to life. Again, pilot is eight minutes, which is just enough to entice the audience to come back for more.

Urbance is set to usher in a new era of animation and story telling. You want to be on the front end of this revolution!


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About Valerie Complex

Valerie Complex is a freelance writer, and professional nerd. As a lover of Japanese animation, and all things film, she is passionate about diversity across all entertainment mediums.

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