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The Red Spectacles (Jigoku no banken: akai megane) (1987)

The Red Spectacles
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Shigeru Chiba Shigeru Chiba
Koichi Todome
Machiko Washio Machiko Washio
Midori Washio
Hideyuki Tanaka Hideyuki Tanaka
Soichiro Toribe
Eisei Amamoto Eisei Amamoto
Moongaze Ginji
Hideyo Amamoto Hideyo Amamoto
Moongaze Ginji
Tesshô Genda Tesshô Genda
Bunmei Muroto
Mako Hyôdô Mako Hyôdô
Young Lady
Yasuo Ôtsuka Yasuo Ôtsuka
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Description: Japanese film directed by Mamoru Oshii, co-written with Kazunori Ito, and starring Shigeru Chiba and Mako Hyodo. This is the first film of the Kerberos saga and last episode in Oshii's Orwellian Watchdog of Hell feature trilogy. (wikipedia) ... (more)
Release date: 7 February 1987
UPC: 669198243196
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Mamoru Oshii filmography: From best to worst (19 movies items)

"Kerberos vol 1. Imagine Dogville done film noir and directed by David Lynch. My words wouldn't do this one justice, so I won't even try to explain what it's like. If you really want to understand the big picture of the director's entire career you must see this film and the whole Kerberos saga."


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