Terracotta Film Club in April
The Terracotta Film Club will present a Japanese classic from legendary director Toshiya Fujita for its 4th edition. This blood-splattered Samurai masterpiece from the golden age of Japanese cult cinema is credited as the main inspiration for Quentin Tarantino’s KILL BILL series.
LADY SNOWBLOOD is a 1973 Japanese film based on a manga and set in 17th century Japan. The film follows Yuki (Meiko Kaji) on her quest for vengeance against those who killed her father, brother and raped her mother, all before she was even born.
Meiko Kaji (Female Prisoner Scorpion / Blind Woman’s Curse) is Yuki, a women raised from birth for one terrible, blood splattered purpose...To murder those who raped her mother and left her to rot in a stinking women’s prison, where she died in childbirth. Trained in deadly fighting arts and fatal sword play, Lady Snowblood is cursed to wander the lands in pursuit of her single purpose. She is a demon of vengeance, only sated by the crimson blood of those who stole her mother from her.
The Terracotta Film Club takes place every last Wednesday of the month at the Prince Charles Cinema, London. LADY SNOWBLOOD will screen on Wednesday 24th April (8.45pm doors open / 9pm film starts). Tickets are priced at £6.50 or £4.00 for PCC members. To book yours, click here.