Youtube if you might be interested in watching the series.
I caught a very oddball Australian film over the weekend, called Bad Boy Buddy. I pretty much went into it without knowing much of anything about it, which if you are an adventurous movie watcher is the best way to go, and I'd suggest that way to view it as well. So I won't give away spoilers here, but just say that I'm sure there's many things on the film that will turn off many viewers. For one, there's nudity, and that might be enough to cause some people to avoid it, but also some animal cruelty, incest, profanity, and so the list goes. I think the writer and director, de Heer, might have thrown in the kitchen sink as far as what might offend some people, but I think he was aiming at an exploratory, original experimental film, not so much one that would offend someone, but maybe shock one out of their normal doldrums of film watching. And he succeeded as for my take on the film. The first part of the film was a bit slow, and I wondered where the films was going or even what type genre of film I was watching. I thought it might be a low budget sci-fi at first, but once Bubby left home, and was out on his own, the pace picked up, and darn if it didn't get more interesting. I even found myself laughing at parts of it despite some of the offensive material. It's a crazy, nutter film, but if you're an adventurous film fan, check it out.