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The Ten Commandments Number 6: Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery (1994)

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The Ten Commandments Number 6
19 June 2012 | by See all my reviews

The Ten Commandments Number 6: Thou Shalt Not Commit Adultery (1995)

** 1/2 (out of 4)

Creative sixth entry in Phil Mulloy's series taking a look at all the sins in the world. This one features a man and woman who fall in love with one another but they refuse to have sex because each one is married. Even though both are in horrendous relationships they still won't cross that line and we see their progression through the years. While this animated short isn't nearly as funny or entertaining as some of Mulloy's best films, it still contains a certain creative style that makes it worth seeing as long as you have a dark sense of humor. I thought this was a pretty smart little movie that worked well because of the twist and turns in the love story. This isn't your typical love story but I really liked the way the two characters struggled with what they should do with their relationship. Some of your typical, dirty Mulloy humor comes into play and especially during a dream sequence where a man has his you know what burned off. The animation is the same type that you expect from Mulloy and I think it fits the material just fine. Fans of the director's work should enjoy this.


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