what's that movie called that is made in Japan, I believe it's black and white, and older. It's...
about where the old people of this poor village go to die up on top of a mountain , I think. I remember a dead baby in one scene. And in another scene a guy tries having sex with a dog. I know it sounds terrible. lol... Anyway I dig old Japanese movies and woul like to revisit this one as I cant seem to forget about it. Thanks.
I believe the film you're referring to is Narayama-bushi kô. It is about a small village, where people must leave and go to a certain mountain top to die, once they reach the age of 70. It was released in April of 1983, and got a 7.7/10 rating on IMDB.
Hope this is what you were looking for! Japanese films are some of the most twisted I've seen, and that's exactly why I love them.
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