Emperor Tomato Ketchup (film)
|Emperor Tomato Ketchup|
|Hepburn||Tomato Kechappu Kōtei|
|Directed by||Shūji Terayama|
|Produced by||Art Theatre Guild|
|Written by||Shūji Terayama|
|Distributed by||Daguerreo Press|
|27 min (1971)|
75 min (1996)
Emperor Tomato Ketchup (トマトケチャップ皇帝, Tomato Kechappu Kōtei) is a Japanese short experimental film made by Shūji Terayama. A 27-minute cut was released in 1971. A "director's cut" of sorts, attempting to recreate the film as originally made in 1970, was released as a 75-minute feature in 1996, 13 years after Terayama's death.
A young boy is the emperor of a country in which children have overthrown the adults.
- Eaton, Thomas Dylan (2009). The Imaginary Martial Theatre of Shuji Terayama's Emperor Tomato Ketchup, Afterall 22, pp. 91–97.
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