Sex, Cinema and Rock'n roll. Every single image on this experimental short film, on the street as well as in the bed room, is political. Matsumoto finds his own way to film a society in mutation and capture its energy. The split-screen translates obsviously the cut between underground culture and establishment. Great piece of film as pamphlet.
I didn't quite catch on the political implications beside a rather general set of 'classic-'69-political-positions' but I very much like the split screen vision, extrapolating images on "our" right and left eyes, sometimes torn by full screen images - it's a weird, cut-upy trip into japans society of the 60's, not somuch psychedelic as psychoative per se, and in that it is brilliant