, 146min, OmdU
In 1970, ATG witnessed the feature debut of the enormously talented TV director Jissôji Akio. It all started with his 30 minute short <i>Yoiyami semareba</i> (When Twilight Draws Near, 1969) which he had directed independently while he was still working for TBS. It was shown as a double feature together with <i>Tôkyô sensô sengo hiwa</i> (The Man Who Left His Will on Film) by
Ôshima Nagisa who had also written the script for Jissôjis short. <i>Mujô</i> was scripted by Ishidô Toshirô and was shot near Kyôto.
(Kuzui Kinshirô, in: «Kieta gekijô Shinjuku Bunka», Tôkyô: Sôryûsha 1986, p. 168169)