U petak 17. veljače s pocetkom u 20.30 h možete prisustvovati drugoj projekciji iz trotjednog ciklusa Japanese Cyberpunk Cinema. Radi se o filmu Desu pawuda (Smrtonosni prah; 1986) redatelja Shigeru Izumiya. Redatelj je ovaj bizarni filmski eksperiment tehnički realizirao interpolirajući kompjutersku grafiku, crno bijeli film i arhivske snimke. Neobična filmska groteska postala je instant kult – klasik. Projekcije petkom u Kino klubu su edukativnog karaktera, organizirane za članove i sve koji žele prisustvovati. Ulaz je besplatan, svi su dobrodošli…
Shigeru Izumiya – Desu pawuda (1986)
Shigeru Izumiya (Izumiya Shigeru, born May 11, 1948 in Aomori, raised in Meguro, Tokyo) is a Japanese poet, folk singer, actor and tarento (During the Golden Age of Hollywood, bankable stars were described as Tarento, and were distinguished from production crews which were seen as having more technical than charismatic talents. He established record company “For Life Records” with Takuro Yoshida, Yosui Inoue, Hitoshi Komuro in 1975. From between August 1995 and March 1996, Izumiya co-hosted the Satellaview-based SoundLink Magazine, “King of After School” (Houkago no Ousama), once a week with Ayumi Hamasaki. He also directed a film, Death Powder (Desu Powada), released in 1986. Putting his experience as a ’70s protest-music pioneer to work, Izumiya creates a frightening world where a super-robot poisons the air with a deadly psychedelic drug, enslaving the populace under the Scar People in the world of their hallucinations. Eventually, their bodies begin to meld and change into a giant blob.
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Jezik: japanski (engleski titovi)
Japanese Cyberpunk Cinema
Japanese Cyberpunk is a genre of underground film produced in Japan starting in the 1980s. It bears some resemblance to the high-tech and scientific Cyberpunk as understood in the West, however differs in its representation of industrial and metallic imagery and an incomprehensible narrative. Japanese Cyberpunk generally involves the characters, especially the protagonist, going through monstrous, incomprehensible metamorphoses in an industrial setting. Many of these films have scenes that fall into the experimental film genre; they often involve purely abstract or visual sequences that may or may not relate to the characters and plot. Recurring themes include: mutation, technology, dehumanization, repression and sexual deviance. (wikipedia)…