>30sec anime about some weird family
>usually two people looking into the "camera" and some dialogue
>weird shit going on in the background
>op/ed took up 75% of the airtime
I wish I remembered the name
>oh super milk chan
Not an anime but No. 5 by Matsumoto Taiyo was pretty strange. I understand all the events that happened but i feel like there are still some things that i might be missing.
I don't think it was that hard to understand. The only thing i'm not sure of was that one guy in the control room that they only showed a couple times. was he just a guy from the surface in a literal control room for lux or was it something else?
Cromartie High School, in the best way possible.
Mnemosyne. I still think about it sometimes and wonder what/why/how the fuck.
>the mayor is a nose hair
>one episode is about capitalism and greed illustrated by Milk extorting the family of ants living in her yard
>gags are beyond nonsensical, they are apocryphal
Watching it gave me brain problems
I don't think anything can top Cipher the Video, I can barely even express in words how bizarre it is. It doesn't really have a plot, the entire thing is nonsensical. It's essentially a mix of montages set to 80s American pop songs (like Footloose, Let's hear it for the boy) and MTV style interviews, plus a real life making of video narrated by the MC. The original dub is in English, not Japanese.
I won't suggest anyone try watching it, but here's a montage: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bj3B7FdU2z0
I liked Angel's Egg because despite being bizarre it was still consistent. Then there are weird shows which are mainly just random, bizarre shit (which I like as well, but not as much) like Cat Soup.
The plot is pretty much all there, it's the message/themes that are the trick to decipher. I suggest gathering what you've figured out so far and rewatching it. It's not fun if someone solves the puzzle for you.
True, personally what I was able to gather is that you shouldn't try to look at the movie through conventional eyes, if that makes any sense. Like, you shouldn't try to see the characters as people, nor the world as a place in the literal sense, everything is merely an individual component of an overarching allegory but for what I haven't quite figured out yet. Definitely something to religion, though.
Not sure, but that loli makes me want to commit a crime.
It helps to know some backstory regarding how the creator received training in his youth to become a pastor, but in the end obviously never became one. The reason why he didn't isn't known for sure, but you can get a glimpse of his religious insights from the movie.
Alien Nine. Mostly because of how it treated all the bizarre shit like it's completely normal and it seemed like the MC was the only person capable of naturally experiencing fear.