Like most of Peter Chung’s animations, AEon Flux is a strange concept. Centred around the scantily clad titular female character, the series’ stories, which are set in a bizarre dystopian future, focus on AEon’s missions to infiltrate the headquarters of her sometimes-enemy sometimes-lover, Trevor Goodchild, a technocratic leader. This usually involves AEon using her sexuality to overcome male guards or spies, which, more often than not, has little relevance to the story.
The series is presented in a manner to be taken seriously, which makes it even more off-putting. That said, the animation style is very Americanised, leaning to towards realism rather than the softened style of anime, and is quite good.
Since the stories are incomprehensible nuggets between moments of nudity and sex, I can’t recommend it. Even the horny teenage boys it’s targeted at will find it bizarre.