Dir: Oliver Stone
Starring: various Animals, You
Runtime: 2 hrs 11 mins
From the moment you sit down in the theatre to watch Zoolorgy, you are molested by a glorious orgy of colors and sounds. Zoolorgy is a veritable gangbang of your senses.
It’s impossible to describe Zoolorgy without losing it. The best I can do is recreate for you what the experience of Zoolorgy is like.
Watching Zoolorgy is like being a bright-eyed child of five again. Your parents take you to the zoo for the very first time. But when you arrive, the bars and cages have vanished. The animals are roaming free; the lions and the tigers, the hippopotamuses and the egrets; they are all free. And they are having an enormous inter-species orgy right before your eyes. All the animals going at it, as if they had no cares in the world.
Perhaps that was poor example, allow me to try again:
Imagine you are on a desert island, with nothing but a coconut tree, sand, and a couple of shells. If you’re a dude, you’ve got this really hairy beard. Your throat is parched; you haven't had fresh water for days. The sun is beating down on you like a drunken father.
Suddenly, you see a boat on the horizon, coming to rescue you. But as it draws closer, you realize there are no humans on this boat. It’s a boat full of animals. And they're all having sex with one another. There are monkeys, and there are chickadees, and snakes, and rhinoceroses, and gibbons, and rats, and lemurs. All of them going in and out of one another with an almost reckless abandon.
Zoolorgy, at it's heart, is a celebration of life.
4 out of 5 stars.