BFI Japan: Hausu (15)

BFI Japan: Hausu (15)

Sat 27 November - Sun 28 November & Thu 2 December 2021

Japan | 1977 | 78’ | 15 | FL | Nobuhiko Ôbayashi
Kimiko Ikegami, Miki Jinbo

A schoolgirl and her friends travel to her aunt’s remote country home, but not all is as it seems. Tasked with creating a Horror genre film for the Toho studio Ôbayashi consulted his teenage daughter, Chigumi and created this hyper-real cinematic Horror-Fantasy. Packed full of vivid animated sequences, dreamlike logic and unforgettable moments of avant-garde, hyperactive silliness. This is a cult classic and unlike any film seen before or since. 

Screening as part of BFI Japan 2021: 100 years of Japanese Cinema, a UK-wide film season supported by National Lottery and BFI Film Audience Network.



£6 / £4

Unreserved seating - for your comfort and safety, we’re selling at a reduced capacity. 

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