Hachimiri Madness: Japanese Indies From The Punk Years

SAINT TERRORISM, UNK, and HIGH SCHOOL TERROR

Directed by Macota Tezuka/Masashi Yamamoto

Japan, 1979/80, 2h 28min, DCP, In Japanese with English subtitles

Hachimiri Madness: Japanese Indies From The Punk Years

AFS Cinema

6406 N I-35 Suite 3100 Austin, TX, 78752

Showtime

Wed, Feb 22

Pricing

$13.50 evening / $11 matinee

$4 discounts for AFS MAKE & WATCH members. Free for LOVE & Premiere members.

AISD educator/local high school & college student discount: $4 off
(Available at the box office only with valid employment/school ID. Not eligible for use on special screenings or events.)

First up, we have two tales of flying saucers and teenage angst with UNK (15 min) and HIGH-SCHOOL-TERROR (6 min) from then-high schooler Macota Tezuka (son of the legendary “Godfather of Manga” Osamu Tezuka). Then, the work of director Masashi Yamamoto (ROBINSON’S GARDEN, WHAT’S UP CONNECTION) returns to our screens with the peculiar adventures of a residential condo. An early endeavor from the unheralded punk auteur, SAINT TERRORISM (127 min) makes it clear that the director has never strayed from his early radical roots.

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