Cult! Wild Japan

During the 1960s and 1970s, a subversive edge infiltrated Japanese cinema, with many younger directors venting rage and frustration against the still prevalent yet outmoded social conventions. The result – a goldmine of excessive and unique films, rarely seen in cinemas outside Japan – until now. The unbridled energy and passion of these films is matched only by their outrageous visual beauty. It’s a smorgasbord for your eyes, a trip for your mind and a jolt to your film-going sensibilities. Welcome to Wild Japan… www.wildjapan.co.uk Season passes: See all six films for only £21.00 full / £15.00 concs or choose three films for £12.75 full / £9.75 concs (Passes subject to availability.)

Previously in this season

Sword of Doom

Samurai epic in which a soul is going rotten in an era without values.

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Onibaba

An impoverished mother and her daughter-in-law eke out a desperate existence by murdering passing samurai and selling their belongings.

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Woman with Red Hair

A mysterious hitchhiker and construction worker embark on a claustrophic and obessive erotic relationship.

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School of the Holy Beast

A young woman enters a convent to investigate her mother's death, only to discover a smorgasbord of vice.

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Shogun Assassin

Catch this ultimate Japanese cult samurai film on the big screen!

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