Tallinn Black Nights Film Festival 2013

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Caterpillar (Kyatapirâ) (Country: Japan; Year: 2010; Director: Kôji Wakamatsu; Writer: Hisako Kurosawa, Masao Adachi; Stars: Shinobu Terajima, Keigo Kasuya, Emi Masuda, Sabu Kawahara, Maki Ishikawa, Gô Jibiki, Arata, Katsuyuki Shinohara, Daisuke Iijima, Ichirô Ogura, Sanshirô Kobayashi, Mariko Terada, Ken Furusawa, Shima Ônishi)
Drama about a World War II veteran, left crippled and entirely dependent on his wife.
Ecstasy Of The Angels (Tenshi no kôkotsu, Angelic Orgasm) (Country: Japan; Year: 1972; Director: Kôji Wakamatsu; Writer: Masao Adachi; Stars: Ken Yoshizawa, Rie Yokoyama, Masao Adachi, Michio Akiyama, Yosuke Akiyama, Yuki Arasa, Tatsuhiko Honda, Susumu Iwabuchi, Gina Jinno, Gorô Kobata, Shin'ichi Matsushima, Takeo Moriyama, Seiichi Nakamura, Tetsurô Nunokawa, Tomoo Oh'izumi)
Drama exploring the power struggles of a group of young revolutionaries.
United Red Army (Jitsuroku rengô sekigun: Asama sansô e no michi) (Country: Japan; Year: 2007; Director: Kôji Wakamatsu; Writer: Kôji Wakamatsu, Masayuki Kakegawa, Masayuki Kakegawa; Stars: Maki Sakai, Arata, Akie Namiki, Go Jibiki, Maria Abe, Anri Ban, Kenji Date, Yuki Fujii, Yoshio Harada, Len Hisa)
Docu-drama brilliantly reconstructs the most troubling episode in the bloody history of Japanese student-radical extremism.
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