Strange Frame: Love & Sax (2012)

IMDb 7.6

“Strange Frame: Love & Sax” is an animated science fiction musical film that was released in 2012. The film was directed by G.B. Hajim and written by Hajim and Shelley Doty. The film is set in the 28th century, where music is used as a form of currency and is controlled by a corporation called the Hegemony. The story follows the adventures of a lesbian musician named Parker, who forms a band with a saxophone player named Naia. Together, they embark on a journey of self-discovery and rebellion against the Hegemony’s control of the music industry.

The film features an impressive cast of voice actors, including Claudia Black as Parker, Tara Strong as Naia, Ron Glass as the character Obesandjo, and Tim Curry as the villainous Mr. Bo Vornen. The film’s soundtrack features original songs by various artists, including Doty and Hajim, and covers of classic songs like “Space Oddity” by David Bowie.

“Strange Frame: Love & Sax” was praised for its unique animation style, which combines 2D and 3D elements and features a vibrant, neon-colored world. However, the film received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising its bold storytelling and themes of rebellion and love, while others criticized its pacing and lack of character development. Overall, “Strange Frame: Love & Sax” remains a cult favorite among fans of sci-fi and animated films.

Duration: 98 min.


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