The Arbitrary Calculation of Pathological Amusements Trailer

The Arbitrary Calculation of Pathological Amusements Trailer (2000)

04 February 2000 Factual 43 mins

Alan Kelly, editor supreme takes you on a romp through Survival Research Laboratories weirdest show experience ever: SRL Performing "The Arbitrary Calculation of Pathological Amusements" in downtown Tokyo on December 23 1999, (the emperors birthday). See what happens when Japanese corporate colossus NTT (working through their public Museum the ICC) use their muscle to get permits for explosives, flame-throwers, and the Pitching Machine to operate in downtown Tokyo!!

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