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CRESCENDO HOUSE
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Crescendo House Presents

Labyrinth of Cinema

"海辺の映画館 キネマの玉手箱"

(dir. Nobuhiko Obayashi)

A movie can change the world!

Filming in his hometown of Onomichi for the first time in 20 years, director Nobuhiko Obayashi’s new film invites us into an intoxicating cinematic world. Against a backdrop that traces the history of Japan’s wars, the story is told through a variety of filmic techniques and genres, encompassing silent films, talkies, action flicks and musicals. Back once more in Onomichi, the port town that has been the site of many of his cinematic triumphs, Obayashi opens for us the door to a Labyrinth of Cinema and unleashes the raw energy within!

 

Bloodsuckers

"Blutsauger"

(dir. Julian Radlmaier)

A Marxist vampire comedy about longing and Das Kapital

1928: Lyovuschka, a Soviet worker, is cast in the role of Trotsky for Eisenstein‘s latest film. His dreams of an actor‘s life are shattered when Trotsky falls into Stalin‘s disgrace and he is edited out of the film. Now he wants to try his luck in Hollywood. But at the moment he‘s stuck in a glamorous seaside resort in Germany where, walking the beach one day, he meets the eccentric factory owner Octavia Flambow-Jansen and her clumsy servant, Jakob. A summer romance kicks off – just too bad there are vampires around.

 

Bloodsuckers

"Blutsaugers"

(dir. Julian Radlmaier)

A Marxist vampire comedy about longing and Das Kapital

1928: Lyovuschka, a Soviet worker, is cast in the role of Trotsky for Eisenstein‘s latest film. His dreams of an actor‘s life are shattered when Trotsky falls into Stalin‘s disgrace and he is edited out of the film. Now he wants to try his luck in Hollywood. But at the moment he‘s stuck in a glamorous seaside resort in Germany where, walking the beach one day, he meets the eccentric factory owner Octavia Flambow-Jansen and her clumsy servant, Jakob. A summer romance kicks off – just too bad there are vampires around.

 

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