Mask of Love on Yukio Mishima (2009)

Yukio Mishima text is being used to render the reality, to get rid of the fiction- not only from Mishima's writings and life but also Malga's world. Japanese imagery is a cocoon for semi- ... See full summary »

Director:

Malga Kubiak

Writer:

Malga Kubiak

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Cast

Credited cast:
Erik Antalet Erik Antalet ... Young man Dream
AnToNieTa AnToNieTa ... Maiden
Krystyna Fradczyk Krystyna Fradczyk ... Woman
Lu Kivikas Lu Kivikas ... Woman Fearless Rage
Lady Kongo Lady Kongo ... Cleopatra
Danka Kubiak Danka Kubiak ... Old Nimph
Malga Kubiak ... Madness
Mats Lundell Mats Lundell ... Worier
Nina Nina Nina Nina ... Girl Mangiko
Michal Piotrowski Michal Piotrowski ... Young man Honda
Kasia Stachniuk Kasia Stachniuk ... Young woman
Viveka Thalin Viveka Thalin ... Woman 2
Veronica Veronica ... Child
Jair Rohm Parker Welles Jair Rohm Parker Welles ... General
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Storyline

Yukio Mishima text is being used to render the reality, to get rid of the fiction- not only from Mishima's writings and life but also Malga's world. Japanese imagery is a cocoon for semi- documentary, dark fairy-tale-like voyeuristic shots and all that in raw trash punk aesthetics. She makes Mishima's fantasies as true as her intimate confessions on love and suicide. Despite the title there is not much love, and if there is- it's all contaminated with death. Written by AuMatt

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Country:

Sweden

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 November 2009 (Sweden) See more »

Filming Locations:

Alby, Stockholm, Sweden

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Budget:

SEK 30,000 (estimated)
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Label, Ego Trip See more »
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Sound Mix:

Stereo

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Color

Aspect Ratio:

4:3
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Yukio Mishima text is being used to render the reality, to get rid of the fiction- not only from Mishima's writings and life but also Malga's world. Japanese imagery is a cocoon for semi- documentary, dark fairy-tale-like voyeuristic shots and all that in raw trash punk aesthetics. She makes Mishima's fantasies as true as her intimate confessions on love and suicide. Despite the title there is not much love, and if there is- it's all contaminated with death. See more »

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