Main / Role Playing / Blind beast 1969
Blind beast 1969
Name: Blind beast 1969
File size: 173mb
Directed by Yasuzô Masumura. With Eiji Funakoshi, Mako Midori, Noriko Sengoku. A blind sculpter and his mother kidnap a young model. Blind Beast (盲獣, Mōjū), aka Moju the Blind Beast is a Japanese film directed by Yasuzo Masumura. It is based on a novel by Edogawa Rampo. Reception - References. 4 Jun - 84 min - Uploaded by La Mazmorra Cinéfila 2 Un escultor ciego obsesionado con la "belleza" de la piel femenina, Michio (Eiji Funakoshi.
This sick and depraved scenario begins when a blind sculptor and his mother kidnap a young woman and use her as a model. In the darkness. A review by Jasper Sharp of The Blind Beast (Moju, , Yasuzo MASUMURA). A blind sculptor and his mother kidnap a young woman and use her as a model. In the darkness of an abandoned warehouse, she suffers at the hands of the.
Blind Beast is a film directed by Yasuzo Masumura with Eiji Funakoshi, Mako Midori, Noriko Sengoku. Year: Original title: Môjû (Blind Beast). Synopsis: A. Buy Blind Beast - Remastered for $ Blind Beast Director: Yasuzo Masumura Cast: Eiji Funakoshi, Mako Midori, Noriko Sengoku A blind sculptor kidnaps. sisgefabza.tk: Blind Beast: Eiji Funakoshi, Mako Midori, Noriko Sengoku, Yasuzo in ), the other question could be whether it is a pleasant movie to watch. Read movie and film review for Blind Beast () - Yasuzo Masumura on AllMovie - Japanese cult director Yasuzo Masumura's feverish. A blind sculpter and his mother kidnap a young model. Yasuzô Masumura. There are few films as psychosexually unnerving as MOJU, a visually arresting Japanese art-house classic which illustrates a blind sculptor's darkly sexual "idee fixe", and a young woman's metamorphosis of mind.