TETSUO: THE IRON MAN

Shinya Tsukamoto, Japan, 1989, Arrow Films, Cult

“…as surreally weird as Eraserhead.” - Richard Harrington, Washington Post

It starts with a bizarre merging of flesh and metal and accelerates into a hyper-hallucinatory state where springs, wires and solder erupt fountain-like from a man’s body. As the “Iron Man” mutates uncontrollably into a walking, clanking man-machine, terrorized by his new body parts, every aspect of his life becomes dehumanized and mechanical. Running on techno-erotic adrenaline and wrought iron perversion, TETSUO: THE IRON MAN’s delirious pace and unforgettable imagery welds itself firmly into your mind.

Practically absent from U.S. screens since the Nineties, this mind-bending cyberpunk classic is once again available to melt moviegoers everywhere!

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Details

  • 67 min
  • B/W
  • 1.37:1

Formats

  • DCP

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