Hiroshi Teshigahara – Otoshiana AKA Pitfall (1962)

When a miner leaves his employers and treks out with his young son to become a migrant worker, he finds himself moving from one eerie landscape to another, intermittently followed (and photographed) by an enigmatic man in a clean, white suit, and eventually coming face-to-face with his inescapable destiny. Hiroshi Teshigahara’s debut feature and first collaboration with novelist Kobo Abe, Pitfall is many things: a mysterious, unsettling ghost story, a portrait of human alienation, and a compellingly surreal critique of soulless industry, shot in elegant black and white.

1.49GB | 1h 47m | 664×498 | mkv

https://nitroflare.com/view/76D1C3AFEB5F45D/Pitfall.1962.DVDRIP.x264.AC3.KJNU.mkv
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https://nitroflare.com/view/61FA5BCD6D79049/Pitfall.1962.DVDRIP.x264.AC3.KJNU.part1.rar
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Language:Japanese
Subtitles:English

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  1. Teshigahara was a genius of cinema. Can you post Teshigahara’s Man Without a Map? I think it was up here at one time? Thanks!

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