简介：有“安达曼海珍珠”之称的泰国度假胜地普吉岛于农历9月9日举行的素食节令世人惊倒它起源于19世纪初京剧团来普吉岛慰问锡矿山的中国劳工。不料该剧团遭遇到莫名疫病的 袭击，后来通过吃素食而清楚。自此岛民们把这天作为素食节来纪念。这种禁制不仅限于饮食，甚至涉及饮酒、性交，通过禁欲修行而清理的身心，能成为具有超自然力量的神的替身，他们通过过激的自虐行为成为超人，在宣扬善恶的同时，走街串巷，为人们消灾降福。严格的素食主义让人心身体健，心里平安，以此切断恶德，休养善行。通过苦苦修行，锻炼坚韧的灵魂。2004年普吉岛素食节祭后2月，普吉岛遭遇海啸。Director: Tsurisaki KiyotakaCountry: JapanYear: 1995 - 2007JUNK FILMS is a "greatest hits" of sorts for Japanese photographer/director Tsurisaki Kiyotaka. It's an anthology that includes some of the most brutal and realistic death scenes filmed by Kiyotaka."As a photographer in a crowded industry, finding your own niche might be a difficult task. For artist Tsurisaki Kiyotaka, a request to shoot a dead body for an S&M magazine has turned into a prolific career that has seen him photographing more than 1,000 corpses in some of the world’s most volatile areas.Tsurisaki has published six books, two of which, Revelations (a 12-year anthology of his corpse shots) and Requiem De La Rue Morgue have been released in France. He also directed a film, Orozco El Embalsamador, which looks at the life of a Colombian embalmer. Intensely explicit, his work is not for the squeamish. But while there is an voyeuristic element of shock and gore value, the photos are strangely compelling – portrait-like, still life, or journalistic reportage, each corpse bearing testimony to a tragedy." - Bizarre Magazine.