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Japan, 1964 (MIFF 1966, Programme 4)

Director: Yoji Kuri

"They often try to find human nature by means of films - so do I. In this film I have tried to express it by real pictures, putting it out of an ideal world". Yoji Kuri's statement on his blackest, most devas­tating cartoon yet.

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