The Desert Archipelago (1969) Katsu Kanai

The Desert Archipelago (1969)
aka Mujin rettô
Genre: Surreal | Experimental
Country: Japan | Director: Katsu Kanai
Language: Japanese | Subtitles: English (Hardcoded) 
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1 | Length: 55mn
Dvdrip H264 Mkv - 640x480 - 29.970fps - 803mb

A young man reaches adolescence and escapes the nunnery where he survived a tortured upbringing; the world outside suddenly seems even more frightening than before.

The Desert(ed) Archipelago is the first film directed by underground experimental film director Katsu Kanai, kicking off his loose "Smiling Milky Way Trilogy" (one of those trilogies that aren't actually trilogies), followed by Good-Bye (1971) and Kingdom (1971). This movie is 55 minutes long, follows a straight-forward plot which often makes way for surrealistic sketches, grotesque moments and avant- garde editing. In it, Kanai combines existentialism, his personal experiences growing up in post-war Japan, student protests, treatment of minorities, religion, stock images, American pop music, Hieronymous Bosch's paintings and political issues.
 The Desert Archipelago (1969)

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