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Director  Shuji Terayama
Screenplay  Shuji Terayama
Language  Japanese
6/10 IMDb

Genre  Drama
Duration  
Country  Japan
Emperor Tomato Ketchup (film) movie poster
Writer  Shuji Terayama (screenplay)
Release date  1971 (1971)January 27, 1996 (1996-01-27)
Cast  Keiko Niitaka, Goro Abashiri, Maya Kaba
Music director  Shuji Terayama, J. A. Seazer
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Emperor tomato ketchup shuji terayama 1971


Emperor Tomato Ketchup (トマトケチャップ皇帝, Tomato Kechappu Kōtei) is a Japanese short experimental film made by Shūji Terayama and released in 1971 at 27 minutes. The original "Director's Cut" version of the film as created in 1970 was re-edited from repaired original prints and released as a 75-minute feature in 1996, 13 years after Terayama's death.

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Plot

A young boy is the emperor of a country in which children have overthrown the adults.

Cast

  • Keiko Niitaka
  • Salvador Tari
  • Tarō Apollo
  • Mitsufumi Hashimoto
  • Influence

    The British alternative rock band Stereolab named their 1996 album Emperor Tomato Ketchup after the film.

    References

    Emperor Tomato Ketchup (film) Wikipedia
    Emperor Tomato Ketchup (film) IMDb Emperor Tomato Ketchup (film) themoviedb.org


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