RegieToshio Matsumoto
DarstellerPîtâ, Osamu Ogasawara, Yoshimi Jô, Koichi Nakamura
GenreDrama
FSKunbekannt
LandJapan
Jahr1969
VerleihRapid Eye Movies
Webseitehttp://rapideyemovies.de
Kinostart18.10.2018
DVD/BRD-Start
VoD-Start
Länge105 min
Audio
UntertitelDeutsch
Bildformat
Framerate
2D/3D2D
Long unavailable, director Toshio Matsumoto’s shattering, kaleidoscopic masterpiece is one of the most subversive and intoxicating films of the late 1960s: a headlong dive into a dazzling, unseen Tokyo night-world of drag queen bars and fabulous divas, fueled by booze, drugs, fuzz guitars, performance art and black mascara. No less than Stanley Kubrick cited the film as a direct influence on his own dystopian classic A CLOCKWORK ORANGE. An unknown club dancer at the time, transgender actor Peter (from Kurosawa’s RAN) gives an astonishing Edie Sedgwick/Warhol superstar-like performance as hot young thing Eddie, hostess at Bar Genet — where she’s ignited a violent love-triangle with reigning drag queen Leda (Osamu Ogasawara) for the attentions of club owner Gonda (played by Kurosawa regular Yoshio Tsuchiya, from SEVEN SAMURAI and YOJIMBO). One of Japan’s leading experimental filmmakers, Matsumoto bends and distorts time here like Resnais in LAST YEAR AT MARIENBAD, freely mixing documentary interviews, Brechtian film-within-a-film asides, Oedipal premonitions of disaster, his own avant-garde shorts, and even on-screen cartoon balloons, into a dizzying whirl of image + sound. Featuring breathtaking black-and-white cinematography by Tatsuo Suzuki that rivals the photographs of Robert Mapplethorpe, FUNERAL PARADE offers a frank, openly erotic and unapologetic portrait of an underground community of drag queens. Whether laughing with drunken businessmen, eating ice cream with her girlfriends, or fighting in the streets with a local girl gang, Peter’s ravishing Eddie is something to behold. “She has bad manners, all she knows is coquetry,” complains her rival Leda – but in fact, Eddie’s bad manners are simply being too gorgeous for this world. Her stunning presence, in bell-bottom pants, black leather jacket and Brian Jones hair-do, is a direct threat to the social order, both in the Bar Genet and in the streets of Tokyo. A key work of the Japanese New Wave and of queer cinema, FUNERAL PARADE is being beautifully restored in 4k from the original 35mm camera negative and sound elements for re-release in 2017. (CINELICIOUS PICS)
Web-Trailer
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FUNERAL PARADE OF ROSES - OmdU - US TRAILER 1280 × 720 24 Stereo 2m 21s MOV 46 MB download
DCP-Trailer
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FuneralParade_TLR-US_F-133_JA-de_DE-NR_20_2K_REM_20180913_FKT_IOP_OV 1998 × 1080 24 Stereo 2m 21s DCP 1.85 GB download
DCP-Trailer
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FuneralParade_TLR-US_F-133_JA-de_DE-NR_20_2K_REM_20180913_FKT_IOP_OV 1998 × 1080 24 Stereo 2m 21s DCP 1.85 GB download
Web-Trailer
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FUNERAL PARADE OF ROSES - OmdU - US TRAILER 1280 × 720 24 Stereo 2m 21s MOV 46 MB download
Der Verleiher hat den Screener durch Eingabe eines Passwortes geschützt.
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POSTKARTE
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