Wednesday, December 15, 2010

Kusa-meikyu aka Grass Labyrinth (1983)

A young man, Akira has an obsession about a song his mother used to sing to him while he was a child.
He has a secret passion for the person who seems to be his mother.
But is she his real mother at all?
And what about the nympho who wants to share her feelings with him?
An obscure story where reality is between fantasy and surrealism.
Another work of underground director Shuji Terayama from the 80s.
If you like Luis Bunuel and Peter Greenaway this is your thing from Japan!

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