Grass Labyrinth Trailer

Grass Labyrinth Trailer (1979)

01 January 1979 Fantasy, Drama, Romance 50 mins

A drama about a young man who is searching for a particular song, or maybe his father, or maybe his true self? He encounters many figures and places, where there are many contrasts: his diligent mother versus a disturbed prostitute, an endless ocean versus an endless desert, a young boy versus a grown man, but also there are lots of balls (that resemble pregnancy stones, some with lots of string around them), a long red string that turns up everywhere (I assume this is a Biblical reference?) and many female, male and childlike figures that begin to haunt the boy/man.

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Cast

Hiroshi Mikami

as Akira as a boy

Takeshi Wakamatsu

as Akira as a man

Keiko Niitaka

as Mother

Juzo Itami

as Principal / Priest / Old man

International Releases Dates

France 01 January 1979

United States 03 November 1979

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