Pure insanity. This movie has everything from neo-Nazis to mad scientists to spies to beautiful women to treasure hunting to slapstick comedy that it puts a James Bond flick to shame. And Tastuya Nakadi is probably Japan's greatest actor. He's one of those performers that makes you forget that the character he's playing isn't a real person. The transformation his character undergoes at the end is a perfect example of this. Okamoto's direction is brilliant here, too. Like Suzuki and Imamura he takes full advantage of the Scope screen, filling it to the brim with crazy compositions consisting of limbs and faces and exaggerated shadows. Check this one out.