Fabulous. Amazing. Bombastic. Unreal. Out of this world. Unbelievable. And we’re not even talking about the film, just its trailer! It has blown the neurones of all web surfers which actually isn’t too hard if you think that this brutal, barbaric and not at all bio-friendly guy has had it up to his eyeballs with libertarian filmmakers on sets such as The Machine Girl or Tokyo Gore Police. Someone asked, outraged, in a chat what Noburo Iguchi was putting in his veins, up his anus or under his tongue. Probably nothing. Or everything. Overdose of shark-finned cinema: the geisha is lovely, wild, robotic. The geisha has a false katana on the bottom. The geisha squirts lactic acid from her breasts. The geisha has a radial saw in her mouth. The geisha is a transformer. The issue is not what Iguchi is taking but what she is taking and what we’ll be taking when Geisha Misil, Geisha Army, Geisha Harakiri closes the Festival.
Dirección: Noboru Iguchi
Producción: T. O. Entertainment
Guión: Noboru Iguchi
Fotografía: Yasutaka Nagano
Música: Yasuhiko Fukuda
Intérpretes: Aya Kiguchi,
Hitomi Hasebe, Takumi Saitoh, Taro Shigaki, Etsuko Ikuta
Duración: 101 minutos
T. O. Entertainment
2009 - Semana de Cine Fantástico y de Terror. Unidad de Cine.
Donostia Kultura. Teatro Victoria Eugenia. Reina Regente 8, 4. 20003 Donostia - San Sebastián
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