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TOKYO DRIFTER (Seijun Suzuki, 1966)
The Dark Side of Pop, a series of Japanese CDs, focuses on the weird songs recorded by movie stars, ex-boxers, gangsters and freaky-nobodies from the 60s and 70s. Many of them were huge; some went no… Read more

TOKYO FIST (Shinya Tsukamoto, 1995)
... ... Shinya Tsukamoto left audiences astonished, perplexed and pulverised after his first two features Telsuo-Tfe Iron Ma« (1989) and Tetsuo-The Body Hammer (1991), One thing viewers were su… Read more

TOKYO SKIN (Yukinari Hanawa, 1996)
Three strangers to Tokyo try to make sense of life, and maybe even love, in the city in this slick but substantial film set in and around back alleys, trains stations and jazzy nightclubs. ... Zhou (… Read more

Two Love Stories (Shota Bukoski, 2008)
Shota Bukoshi takes Two Love Stories and uses them to open a window onto the harsh daily life of modern Kosovo. But no matter how tough it gets, girls will always dream of love. ... --- D/P/S Shota B… Read more

VIOLENCE ELEGY (Seijun Suzuki, 1966)
One of Suzukis most intellectual yet perplexing films. Violence Elegy could be somewhere between Porky's and Zero For Conduct. It follows the delinquent exploits of Kiroku Nanbu (Hideki Takahashi) as… Read more

VISITORS FROM THE GALAXY (Dušan Vukotić, 1981)
Science fiction - live - from one of the founders of the famous Zagreb School of Animation. ... Robert, an amateur writer, is working on a science fiction novel about three creatures from the distant… Read more

WILD ANIMALS (Kim Ki-Duk, 1999)
Set in the back alleys of Paris, Wild Animals sketches the unique friendship between two Koreans living abroad. South Korean Chung-hae goes to Paris to study art but, lacking scruples, he soon winds … Read more

WOLFSBERGEN (Nanouk Leopold, 2006)
“Konraad writes a letter. This is where the film begins. Eventually he will die. This is where the film ends.” - filmmaker Nanouk Leopold After the death of his wife, Konraad decides he wants to… Read more

YOKOHAMA MARY (Takayuki Nakamura, 2006)
The search for Yokohama Mary, an infamous former prostitute who went missing over a decade ago, becomes a journey through Japan's post-war past. Yokohama Mary was a prostitute in the Japanese port-c… Read more

YOUTH OF THE BEAST (Seijun Suzuki, 1963)
Jojini Mizuno is a disgraced ex-cop convicted for illicit dealings. He infiltrates two competing gangs with a secret agenda, setting mobster against mobster. Like a stubborn drunkard, he crashes his … Read more

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