Kichiku Dai Enkai

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Kichiku Dai Enkai
Kichiku DVD Cover.jpg
Directed by Kazuyoshi Kumakiri
Produced by Kazuyoshi Kumakiri
Tomohiro Zaizen
Written by Kazuyoshi Kumakiri
Starring Shigeru Bokuda
Sumiko Mikami
Shunsuke Sawada
Toshiyuki Sugihara
Cinematography Kiyoaki Hashimoto
Release date
  • 1997 (1997)
Running time
100 minutes
Country Japan
Language Japanese

Kichiku Dai Enkai (鬼畜大宴会) is a 1997 Japanese film. It was written and directed by Kazuyoshi Kumakiri.


In the year 1972 a small group of left-wing students are living at a dingy Tokyo apartment in the mountain village of Karuizawa in Nagano-ken, Japan. While the group leader, Aizawa, waits to be released from prison his promiscuous girlfriend, Masami, is left in charge. While waiting for Aizawa's release, Masami uses her overt sexuality and engages in promiscuity with the fellow students. As the days pass by things take a tragic turn. Within a few days of his release the group's leader commits hara-kiri. After learning of Aizawa's suicide, the shotgun- toting Masami loses control and the group quickly falls into self-destruction as sex, distrust, paranoia, and violence overtakes them.[1]




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