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From the same sick muthafucko who brought us the raw, unrivaled awesomeness that is Orozco the Embalmer [+ extras] [1999/DVDRip/XviD]
, comes a grab bag collection of accident victims, amputees, funeral pyres, mass graves, and more delicious goreporn.
Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide wrote:
|A controversial still photographer specializing in grim death portraits translates his morbid sensibilities to the moving picture to offer an affecting look at death from an entirely unique perspective. Tsurisaki Kiyotaka specializes in the kind of photography that most folks would shrink away from. Over the course of his career, Kiyotaka has photographed more than 1000 deaths, a focus that often finds him facing legal problems in his home country of Japan.|
In this collection of short films, the photographer shifts his focus to the subject of war to offer a startling and sobering look at the aftermath of combat. Additional images of starvation, disasters, and tragic accidents highlight the fragility of human life and the grotesqueness of death's many forms.
There's also an alternate (and pretty weak) trailer here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UB2UtZAscaw
The flick is in various languages (lol no English, except for a small bit), with Japanese hardsubs present for a few portions, though overall there's not much dialogue anyway.
Always rip motherfucking everything
that's on a DVD (trololol, 'cept the federale warnings 'n' shit, natch), so here's everything that was on the DVD that's included in this up:
-Trailer - Annoying fucking text--the fucking title of the film--plastered over the whole trailer. Fucking retarded.
-Director's Introduction - A two-minute intro to the film by Kiyotaka (sorta like he did for Orozco, except here he speaks in Japanese instead of English without any subs).
Huge thanks to guernica over @ ADC for upping the Uplink DVDR, from which this rip is sourced.
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