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Achi-wa Ssipak

Aachi & Ssipak

South Korea 2006
produced by
Kim Sun-ku, Kim Seung-Bum for J Team Studio/Studio 2.0, OCN, Kocca, KTB Network
directed by Jo Beom-jin
written by Jung Hye-won, Kang Sang-kyun


review by
Mike Haberfelner

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This film is all about shitting: In a future world, earth has completely run out of traditional energy resources, but mankind has discovered a new source of energy - shit. So people are encouraged to shit as much and as often as they can to keep the world running, and as a reward for their shit they get a juicy bar. And to make sure noone cheats at getting more than their fair share of juicy bars, everyone gets a identity chip implanted in his/her anus, so the shit is easily identifyable ...

So far so good, thing is, the juicy bars are highly addictive, and if you have to much of them you might as well turn into a pint-sized blue mutant with half a brain and an unnatural craving for even more juicy bars ...

The mutants have soon formed up a gang called the Baby Diaper Gang, who are headed by a guru-like supermutant, but humankind, led by schoolgirl-like Chief, is already striking back with a Judge Dredd-like justice machine, Geko, actually a cyborg developed by the madder-than-a-hatter Doctor Strange ...

Amidst all this chaos we find Aachi and Ssipak, small-time hoodlums dealing in juicy bars posing as big time gangsters - who somehow hook up with Beautiful, whose every shitload is worth millions in juicy bars after she had been implanted multiple ID-chips in her anus - but of course, Chief and Geko are after Beautiful's ass as well as the Baby Diaper Gang, and the whole thing culminates in one fight, chase, shootout, explosion madder and more exciting than the next one, until, against all odds, Aachi and Ssipak, the born losers, come out on top and get away with Beautiful while pretty much everyone else ends up destroyed ...


It's trash galore, it's over-the-top to the hilt, it's whackier than whack, it's a new dimension of toilet humour ... but what's really surprising is - the film actually works, the film really is hilarious. The reason for this is most probably that real filmmakers were at work, who don't shy away from quoting films like Aliens, Misery and (of all things) the Wallace and Gromit installment The Wrong Trousers, but who are also able to add tongue-in-cheek drama to the proceedings as well as fuel their action scenes with both inventiveness and tension, and who are able to move the film along at a quick enough pace to make one overlook its shortcomings (like being one extended fart joke).

Of course, this is no piece of art in the traditional sense, but if you have a few beers in the fridge and a party going, this is probably the ideal film to watch !!!


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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