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Masaaki Yuasa / JP, CN, 2022 / 98 min.

Master animator Masaaki Yuasa intentionally crashes the anachronistic world of Noh theatre and rock culture together in this tale of a blind biwa player and a deformed dancer. The two outcasts break with the strict traditions of 14th-century Japan, captivating their audiences.

poster Inu-oh (Masaaki Yuasa, JP/CN 2022)
"A long-awaited animation gem," wrote the Brussels Independent Film Festival about Inu-oh. In his latest feature film, animation veteran Masaaki Yuasa (Mind Game, Ride Your Wave) daringly combines reality and fantasy, resulting in a stunning rock opera in a 14th-century setting.

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Scenes from this movie may cause fearThis movie contains scenes of violencePersons under 6 years must be accompanied by an adult

Director

Masaaki Yuasa

Production year

2022

Country

JP, CN

Original title

Inu-oh

Length

98 min.

Language

Japanese

Subtitles

NLD

Format

DCP

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still Inu-oh (Masaaki Yuasa, JP/CN 2022)
still Inu-oh (Masaaki Yuasa, JP/CN 2022)
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