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The 2013 feature-length film of indie animator Bill Plympton recounts the earthy love affair of a couple named Ella and Jake.Before it wends its way back to the malfunctioning carnival ride, "Cheatin'" follows the hyperbolic peaks and troughs of Ella and Jake's romance as it careers across a dangerous landscape inhabited by women who want nothing but to bed Jake – sex-starved housewives, lascivious boutique owners and any female that steps into a bar."Cheatin'" will be projected at Metropolis Cinema-Sofil Saturday evening, as introduced by Plympton himself.In addition to Plympton's work, the event will project four varied feature-length animations – Max Andersson's "Tito on Ice," which won the Best Animated Feature award at the Ottawa International Animation Festival in 2013; Signe Baumane's autobiographical "Rocks in My Pockets," exploring her family's history of mental illness; Rene Laloux's psychedelic sci-fi "La Planete sauvage" (Fantastic Planet), which took Cannes' Grand Prize in 1973 .
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