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Aru kyôhaku (1960)
I just wanted to tell IMDb folks that I highly recommend the Criterion Eclipse release of "The Warped World of Koreyoshi Kurahara". Are you bored by watching to many films that look all the same? This Eclipse DVD (along w/these others that I've seen: "Postwar Kurosawa", "Nikkatsu Noir", "Oshima's Outlaw Sixties", and "The First Films of Akira Kurosawa") will be a terrific change of pace. If Japanese cinema and/or reading subtitles is not your "cup of tea" try starting out with "Nikkatsu Noir" as the films in that set are generally more mainstream, and may be more palatable.
FYI-Other very good Eclipse series DVD's that aren't Japanese films, but that I have seen are: "The First Films of Samuel Fuller" and "Presenting Sacha Guitry".
The one thing about Criterion DVD's that I would like to say is that all the restorations seem to be top notch! There are 25 sets of Criterion Eclipse DVD's as of this writing, and I will try to see all of them.