Emperor Tomato Ketchup (film)  

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Emperor Tomato Ketchup is a 1971 Japanese 28 minute black and white short subject film by Shūji Terayama in the Japanese New Wave tradition.

A selection of scenes include: "A group of pre-pubescent children clad in military uniforms rebel against their parents and begin hunting adults. A choir of schoolgirls strips while singing 'when I grow up to be a whore'. A young man struggles in vain to break through his cousin's chastity belt.




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