3 things about Hiroshi Teshigahara’s THE FACE OF ANOTHER

The Face of Another [1966]

1. In the tea shop, they discuss how loud the music is. Done on purpose to encourage turnover.
2. He looks out the window at the sea. A bright flash. He’s been replaced by a large hunk of meat hanging from hooks.
3. They are approached by a crowd of people wearing masks (or of people whose masks have been stripped off?)

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