Double Wonderful’s Denpa Disassociate screening event spotlights a sub-genre of Japanese film that documents social isolation of the modern industrial age.
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Denpa Disassociate featuring TOKYO BLOOD d. Gakuryu Ishii, 1993 + MAREBITO d. Takashi Shimizu, 2004 presented by Double Wonderful at Poster Hauss (26 MAY 19:30).
Our Denpa Disassociate screening event spotlights a sub-genre of Japanese film that documents social isolation of the modern industrial age.
We’ve teamed up with Ellisha @denpa_diary to screen TOKYO BLOOD dir Gakuryu Ishii, 1993 + MAREBITO dir Takashi Shimizu, 2004, two films that’ll draw you into one of the most beguiling genres around.
After the screening there will be an afterparty.
Denpa Disassociate presented by Double Wonderful at Poster Hauss (26 MAY 19:30).
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