Pitfall (1962)

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A man wanders into a seemingly deserted town with his young son in search of work. But after a bit of bad luck, he joins the town's population of lost souls.


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  • Hisashi Igawa and Kazuo Miyahara in Pitfall (1962)
  • Kazuo Miyahara in Pitfall (1962)
  • Kunie Tanaka in Pitfall (1962)
  • Hisashi Igawa in Pitfall (1962)
  • Hisashi Igawa and Sen Yano in Pitfall (1962)
  • Hisashi Igawa in Pitfall (1962)

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19 April 2018 | treywillwest
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Absolutely unique and bizarre movie in the best sense. It starts as an almost Kafakaesque eerie horror, then becomes a comic ghost story and then an almost Ken Loachian tale of labor struggle. Ultimately it's a cosmic black comedy. That's a lot of narrative tones for one film to cover, but this manages it all with grace and eloquence.

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