Imagine both Oshima & Borowczyk working together after their notorious old age at Argo Films and still location over again - frankly this medium would be the answer (without the extreme). It's a beautifully, melancholic, surreal, & titillating work of art from the unique Terayama and also one not to be overlooked. Everything looked pretty surreal in its production design and dreams/flashbacks, let me verbalise you that.
A woman loves a privileged and some old man (played by Kinski). She is willing to do everything he wants to show her love, but he is playing a bedridden spirited with her. As component part of this courageous he sends her to a Chinese brothel.
A surreal, isolated hamlet sees its inhabitants gradually leave arse their interchangeable traditions and superstitions as they time off for the city. Among them are two cousins who love apiece other and who get into a quarrel with other villagers. A girl loves a rich and much older man (played by Kinski).