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The History of the World Episode 16: The Invention of Writing and Destruction (1994)

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More genital obsession
13 September 2009 | by See all my reviews

I would like to one day meet Phil Mulloy (maker of this and many similar films), as he seems to be completely obsessed with genitals (well, who isn't--but this isn't exactly what I mean). In just about all his animated films, he paints very rudimentary figures that play with their giant penises and often hack them off and fight with them. Well, in this film, there is more of the same. While the film purports to be about the invention of writing and destruction, it consists of men with bit penises using them to beat a man with a smaller one. Later, the small-penised man learns to write and gets lots of women--proving that the pen is mightier than the penis. In addition to all the penis whacking, there is a lot of masturbation and other things that probably make this a film you don't want to show to your Sunday School class.

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