This legendary Japanese animated film, which took six years to complete, is a dark fairy tale that offers a psychedelic twist on the story of Joan of Arc. Influenced by the work of Gustav Klimt, it creates a hypnotic and deeply symbolic world of visual and sound fantasias.
|Duration:||1 hour 15 minutes|
Belladonna of Sadness, by Eiichi Yamamoto. Japan, 1973. Original soundtrack with Spanish subtitles
Eiichi Yamamoto (Japan, 1940) is a filmmaker, screenwriter and master of anime. He works frequently with Osamu Tezuka, with whom he founded Mushi Production. For this company, he has written and directed ten projects, including the anime trilogy for adults, Animerama.