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Plot: As altered foods ravage the world, voodoo forces dysfunctional family SheepPsyche to play live reggae K-pop in VR.
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I was hooked when I saw the poster for Ximbi Xombix that said it was “The Anti-Musical for Altered Souls.” Awesome. Now this movie might not be everyone’s cup of tea, but for the right viewers (and myself) this is amazing. It’s one of those movies where you can tell the filmmakers are really going for it, aren’t trying to please everyone, and end up creating something truly different. Ximbi Xombix is a zombie movie and possesses a unique blend of voodoo, reggae K-pop, and VR that I don’t think anyone has ever seen before. Check out the trailer. If you’re having a hard time finding something original then give this a watch.
Completely and Uniquely Its Own Thing
David Kim’s “Ximbi XombiX” is many typically disparate things at once, mixing elements of fantasy, comedy, and music film genres into its technicolor and dystopian blender. Against all odds and largely in defiance of explanation, they coalesce into a film that’s paradoxically great and completely its own, and one that’s wholly unshackled from any obligations to convention.
Shot in South Korea, “Ximbi XombiX” presents to the American consumer an Alice in Wonderland-esque, acid trip reality painted with attractively outlandish and unfamiliar colors and cultural undertones. This is a world where Soylent Green-style, scientifically overhauled food is fed to its zombified masses. And as is the case with most societies that have lost track of humanity’s true plot, art is either a constantly blaring, vapid magnifier of those distortions, or the underbelly’s infrequently-aired pushback against them. Ricco (embodied by Kim himself) eschews the banal trappings of his own affluence, swimming against the mainstream’s currents most grotesquely exemplified by its popular music. As mastermind of “K-hop” band Sheeppsyche, he’s steadfast against pop star Jo Bin (Claudia Pak) joining his counterculturist insurgency, but we soon pay witness to the pitfalls noble artists can fall into when intoxicated by the possibility their art might somehow be surfaced to a huge audience.
“Ximbi XombiX” is hardly a film for everyone: Kim directs his actors to present with a knowing, over-the-top artifice specifically reflective of perceived societal dehumanization, and the movie’s structure may be too wildly ramshackle for conventional consumers. Yet for those drawn to social satire tinged with dark comedy, “Ximbi XombiX” is likely to elicit true admiration for its unrestrained ambition and uniquely colorful footprint. – (Was this review of use to you? If so, let me know by clicking “Helpful.” Cheers!)
Original Language en
Genre Comedy, Fantasy, Horror
Director David Kim
Writer David Kim
Actors Claudia Pak, David Kim, Tareq Almulaifi
Country United States, South Korea
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