Woman of the Dunes
Cert: 15 Year: 1964 Length: 123 mins Language: Japanese
An entomologist wandering the dunes in search of specimens is persuaded by local villagers to spend the night in a young widow’s shack at the bottom of a pit. In the morning the ladder has gone and, like the woman, he is forced to shovel sand out of the ever-filling pit to survive.
like a dream. . pulsing with eroticism and despair. . from which you awake bolt upright in a cold sweat
Peter Bradshaw, The Guardian
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