1.291 out of 5 from 60 votes
Every action has its consequence. From a man running to stab a soldier only to be squashed by a giant woman falling from the sky, to a stranded man’s plea for help triggering his own demise, whether pausing to take a photograph or deciding to climb a mountain, a man must be aware of the outcome of his choice.
Nothing is impossible. With a jumping flea causing massive earth tremors, a woman knitting with the sun's rays and a prisoner drawing his own escape route it seems that even the improbable can happen...
Both of these Yoji Kuri shorts are skit type anime consisting of various "humorous" sketches. If you liked one you'll likely enjoy the other.
Both movies share the same animation style and are made up of little comedy shorts which often involves people dying in some different ways (specially in Au Fou). If you liked one check out the other.
Meet Popee and Kedamono, two very abnormal circus performers that live a very eventful life. Whether they're performing dangerous stunts, dodging alien abductions or being taken over by a body-possessing frog, there's never a dull moment at the circus. Alongside the flamboyant Papi and a special elephant car, Kedamono and Popee will traverse an endless desert in search for an oasis, stab each other with knives for target practice and even blow each other up with bombs – but for poor Kedamono, surviving Popee's homicidal spurts will be difficult to say the least...
Both of these anime have a morbid sense of humor and involve people dying in random ways. While I personally found Popee the Performer to be more entertaining, I think that if you like one you might like the other.
Both are compilations of shorts. Both have rather simple animation (though different styles). Both are rather odd (moreso in the case of Short Animation of Shintaro Kago) and have rather morbid feel to them. Both often involve people dying in random ways. Neither are very good (in my opinion). Short Animation of Shintaro Kago is more explict than Au Fou!, but if you somehow like one then you may like the other.