The Man Who Left His Will on Film | Chicago Reader

The Man Who Left His Will on Film

One of Nagisa Oshima's most perceptive and self-conscious films, this 1970 study of the sensibility of youth tells of a student making a film—which turns out to be his last will and testament when he kills himself at the end of it. A brilliantly controlled work, Oshima's film is all the more remarkable in that he used no professional actors. In Japanese with subtitles.


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