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Emperor Tomato Ketchup (Shûji Terayama, 1971)

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branduponthebrain:

Emperor Tomato Ketchup (Shûji Terayama, 1971)

(Source: sissy-boy-slap-party)

Posted 1 year ago & Filed under film stills, shuji terayama, emperor tomato ketchup, 1970s, 50 notes

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