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現認報告書‧羽田鬥爭的紀錄
 

日本 / 1967/ 黑白 / 58min / 16mm
日語對白,英文字幕
導演: 小川紳介

 

1967年,學運團體企圖阻止支持越戰的日本首相佐藤榮作,由日本羽田機場出發訪問越南,繼而與警察發生衝突。在雙方對抗期間,來自京都大學的山崎博昭被警車輾過身體而死亡。


「現認報告書」一般是指警方日常用的現場調查報告。由與警方抗爭的一方製作的《現認報告書—羽田鬥爭的紀錄》,用上一個警方公文的名字,一方面是取笑警方的調查報告也不及他們的詳細,另一方面,是在調查後,有理據地反駁和指控警方才是殺死山崎博昭的元兇。


而「現場調查報告」的意思,更代表小川並不是要去重申某一個「真實」或重構一個事件,而是依靠作者現場的「參與」,去調查發生了什麼事。


作為小川早期的作品,片中的一些細節已經成為小川及後作品的基礎:從開首鏡頭在相片間遊走,配以衝突時的叫喊,就如《日本解放戰線・三里塚之夏》對講機的對話,配以學生代表在會議室中影像的一幕;以至將一段警察追打示威者的片段以重複、定格、慢動作處理,與《滿山紅杮》片尾,投影機以變速和定格來重溫每位已離世的參與者的片段相似。《現認報告書—羽田鬥爭的紀錄》確立了小川紳介在電影和「現實」間自處的一個位置。

 

 

A Report from Haneda

 

Japan / 1967/ Black and White / 58min / 16mm
In Japanese with English subtitles
Director: Ogawa Shinsuke

 

One year before Summer in Narita (1968), the first of Ogawa production’s films about the peasants’ protest movement against the construction of the Narita Airport, Japan was in an uproar as student protesters of the New Left swarmed Haneda Airport to protest Prime Minister Sato Eisaku’s trip to South Vietnam. Donning helmets and carrying sticks—amidst Molotov cocktails and flying stones, water cannons, and armored vehicles—their clash with riot police resulted in the death of Yamazaki Hiroaki, a Kyoto University student.

 

In Report from Haneda, the filmmakers argue against the police report claiming Yamazaki was run over by an armored car hijacked by protesters. Through detailed inspection of the autopsy report, handmade models, photographs, and interviews with eyewitnesses, they conclude that Yamazaki was beaten to death by police batons. The camera follows the activism in support of the students detained and injured in the second Haneda demonstration a month later, showing parents looking for their children and allowing student testimonies to be heard. Filmmakers Kuroki Kazuo, Tsuchimoto Noriaki, Higashi Yoichi, and cameraman Suzuki Tatsuo, Otsu Koshiro, and Tamura Masaki participated in this production.


(From the catalogue of Yamagata International Documentary Film Festival 2013)