Hospitalite -- Film Review
A dour family of four learns the obligations and consequences of "Hospitalite" when they take in a mysterious man as their live-in worker.
This bizarre black comedy with allegorical overtones about Japanese xenophobia is a variation on the "house intruder" motif, with precedents as diverse as Yoshimitsu Morita's "Family Game" and Max Frisch's play "The Fire Raisers."
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