DVD edited by Uplink - Japan 2007 - Length : 90’
- Fullframe Version
- Various Languages Spoken (Minimal dialogue)
- Japanese and English Chapter Titles
- No subtitles
- Soundtrack by Corrupted
Anthology including some of the most brutal and realistic death scenes filmed by Tusrisaki Kiyotaka
"He is primarily a photographer. An unusual photographer, specialised in recording death. His exhibitions of photographs featuring corpses is internationally successful. As a film maker, he takes more or less the same approach as he does as a photographer. He travels the world as a war photographer. Only, he’s not interested in the fighting, but in the results after the battle, in the bodies of those who didn’t survive. He also has an eye for disasters, starvation and accidents. The film is obviously and consciously in the tradition of the notorious Mondo Cane (1962) by Gualtiero Jacopetti."
This is a Region 0 NTSC DVD. Make sure your DVD player supports this format.
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