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Shuji Terayama's Emperor Tomato Ketchup (1970), is a truly bizarre, sometimes raunchy fantasy about little boys with guns ruling over adults, locking one man in a wardrobe. It's a fascinating reflection of the radical politics of its time in Japan—a near anarchic assault on the existing order.

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