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Funeral Parade of Roses

Japan, Japanese, 107 mins

Original Title

Bara No Soretsu
  • Director: Toshio Matsumoto
  • Writer: Toshio Matsumoto
  • Producer: Sumiko Fujisawa; Mitsuru Kudo

CGiii Comment

The inspiration behind Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange...which doesn't exactly say much about either film...both being self-indulgent, pretentious guff.

A compendium of 60s film gimmicks, atrocious acting, a suicidal soundtrack...it's all too much.

Clashes of culture, generation, lifestyle and sexuality...and ,the result is a studenty piece of steaming piddle...no doubt, to be declared a masterpiece by pissy students who dislike a decent narrative.

Suicidal art.


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The(ir) Blurb...

The trials and tribulations of Eddie and other transvestites in Japan.

Cast & Characters

Peter as Eddie;
Osamu Ogasawara as Leda;
Shotaro Akiyama as Himself;
Kiyoshi Awazu as Himself;
Emiko Azuma as Eddie's Mother;
Toshiya Fujita; Masato Hara;
Shinno Ikehata;
Chieko Kobayashi as Okei;
Hôsei Komatsu as Male Prostitute;
Don Madrid as Tony;
Koichi Nakamura as Juju;
Yukio Ninagawa as Himself;
Masahiro Shinoda as Himself;
Yoshio Tsuchiya as Gonda

From the same director:

Clockwork Orange (A)

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