Director: Hitoshi Matsumoto
Runtime: 99 minutes
Language: Japanese, Spanish, English, Russian
Rating: NC16 (Some Mature Content)
A man wakes up and mysteriously finds himself trapped in an empty, white rectangular room, wearing clownish bright yellow polka dot pajamas. Where is he? Who did this to him? How did he end up here? Will he manage to escape safely? Meanwhile, in a Mexican dusty town, a green-masked wrestler known as Escargot man prepares for an important match. As the nameless prisoner appears closer to escaping and Escargot man steps into the ring, the film’s baffling yet suspenseful atmosphere builds to a crescendo of ridiculous excess.
One of Japan’s most popular comedians and TV personalities since the 1980s, Hitoshi Matsumoto ventured into feature-filmmaking in the mid-2000s. His second film Symbol, is an intriguing blend of slapstick antics, surreal scenarios, and existential rumination.
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