A Page of Madness
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"A Page of Madness" is a silent film by Japanese film director Teinosuke Kinugasa, made in 1926. It was lost for forty-five years until being rediscovered by Kinugasa in his storehouse in 1971. The film is the product of an avant-garde group of artists in Japan known as the Shinkankaku-ha who tried to overcome naturalistic representation.
- also known as Kurutta Ipeji
- country: Japan
- languages: Japanese Language, Silent film
- written by Yasunari Kawabata & Teinosuke Kinugasa
- based on a story by Yasunari Kawabata
- cinematography by Kôhei Sugiyama & Eiji Tsuburaya
- genres: Silent film, Indie film, Horror, Drama
- released on (88 years ago)
"A Page of Madness" is a musical album of In The Nursery, soundtrack.
- also known as A Page of Madness Soundtrack
- released in (11 years ago)
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by Sabine Haenni, Sarah Barrow, John White
A Page of Madness is a tour de force of experiobjective/real' mental film design as well as a sophisticated exploration of the possibility of representing not only insanity, but subjectivity as such, on screen. The film finally refuses to indicate who ...
Kinugasa Teinosuke, 1926, A Page of Madness), a film that “completely rejected the established modes of narrative in Japanese film and attempted to establish a new filmic expression” (Sat o, 267). Just as the pure film movement was ...
by John Shepherd, David Horn, Dave Laing, Paul Oliver, Peter Wicke
A Page of Madness. Gold Mountain Supply Company GMSC-Ol. 1999: USA.
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