The Man Who Put His Will on Film (1970)

Directed By – Nagisa Ôshima

Screenplay By – Masataka Hara & Mamoru Sasaki

Cinematography By – Tôichirô Narushima

Starring Kazuo Goto & Sukio Fukuoka

94 min.

It takes a bit of time to understand what’s going on with The Man Who Put His Will on Film but slowly but surely you start to pick up on it after awhile.

Another film that is part narrative part politics from Ôshima, but the narrative is highly interesting and creative and ultimately satisfying.

A worthy watch for anyone interested in blending experimental with narrative film, and for those who are interested in alternative filmmaking.

God Bless America

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