Closing Logo Group

(June 11, 1980)[]


Logo: We see a blurry white background. It then reveals it's blur, zooming out, which is an abstract "NI" with the N being curved and the I is on the last line of the N. An orange square with the manji resembles the point of the I. Below it is the company's name "FILMUNIT" in an evil-red-orange font, that looks like a British old imprent script, on a black background.

Trivia: The swastika, even though it was adopted by the Nazis in the 1930's, it is originally from South Asia (first archaeological record is from 3000 BCE), and has been used by Buddhism, Hinduism and Jainism from the 5th century BC, up to today. It usually means "good luck". This logo uses the original version of the symbol, instead of the Nazi version which was tilted at a right angle.

FX/SFX: Simple blurring and zoom-out effects.

Music/Sounds: A series of unintelligible pings made by a synth piano, and then three fast, ascending notes played by said instrument.

Availability: Seen only on Man Pasand.