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1970s Japan, and Aizawa, leader of a small left-wing political student group has been arrested. With him behind bars, the group is taken over by Masami, his girlfriend. But when Aizawa commits suicide in jail, Masami's tenuous grip on the group explodes in a blinding fury of paranoia and bloody violence.
INTERVIEW WITH DIRECTOR, KAZUYOSHI KUMAKIRI
INTERVIEW WITH CAMERAMAN, KIYOAKI HASHIMOTO
INTERVIEW WITH ACTORS
INTRODUCTION BY TOM MESTHE
MAKING OF KICHIKU
REACTION TO KICHIKU
I'm not stranger to the bizarre realm of Japanese films. Visitor Q is a movie I cherish. This "movie" is awful. Read morePublished on March 24, 2013 by Matt
I experienced a viewing of this at a friends house and let me just say, disappointing is too kind of a word. Read morePublished on March 24, 2013 by Rudarudd
starts off innocent enough...i guess. pretty straight forward story.
brutal. the violence feels very real. I was surprised how insane this movie gets. Read more