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Umagoya no reijô
Umagoya no reijô (1991)
Movie
  • Director:
    Hisayasu Satô
  • Category:
  • Writer:
    Shirô Yumeno
  • Cast:
    Yukinojô,Mineo Sugiura,Rie Asai
  • Time:
    58min
  • Year:
    1991
Yuu is living with her Ryusei horse on the edge of sea. One day a young researcher and three artists arrive and they disturb Yuu's quasi-telepathic relation with a horse. Once again Sato shows the world as the cold, morbid and unhealthy place filled with sexual pleasure and pain.
Casts
Cast overview:
Yukinojô Yukinojô
Mineo Sugiura Mineo Sugiura
Rie Asai Rie Asai
Kôichi Imaizumi Kôichi Imaizumi
Takahiko Kobayashi Takahiko Kobayashi
Aya Midorikawa Aya Midorikawa
Miki Nakahara Miki Nakahara

Umagoya no reijô (1991)
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Yuu is living with her Ryusei horse on the edge of sea.One day a young researcher and three artists arrive and they disturb Yuu's quasi-telepathic relation with a horse."Staple Girl" is less provocative and scandalous than "Horse Woman Dog",but still offers some unpleasant scenes including the masturbation with a severed horse penis.One again Sato shows the world as the cold,morbid and unhealthy place filled with sexual pleasure and pain.There is a bit of extreme violence and the images of mannequins buried in the sand are strikingly haunting.Sato introduces a topic which will reappear in his most famous and goriest film "Naked Blood" that of the telepathic communication.8 out of 10.
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With having picked up The Last Frankenstein (that I should be watching soon) over X-Mas,I looked for another Japanese Horror to match it up with for a best of 1991 movies poll on ICM. Digging into the outer reaches, HumanoidOfFlesh's comment led to me deciding to find out what neigh really means.

View on the film:

Made on how low can you go film stock, (they even keep the countdown clippings between reels) the cheapness actually adds to director Hisayasu Satô's Pinku,via the graininess heightening the surrealist Horror nightmare atmosphere,panning across a beach with mannequin dolls laying around over the Industrial hum from composer "Wave." Taking inspiration from the Punk film No Wave movement,Satô makes only the outline to the cast be visible, which gives the sex scenes a disembodied appearance. Thankfully showing some restrain on the sleaze, (no intercourse between humans and horses!) the screenplay by Shirô Yumeno wonderfully piles on the weirdness between the arty and the bonkers,becoming very vivid in an extended discussion over loneliness, telepathy and horse poo, as they each try to find the meaning of neigh.