Hell Screen (地獄変, Jigokuhen?) is a short story written by Japanese writer Ryūnosuke Akutagawa. It was originally published in 1918 as a serialization in two newspapers. It was later published in a collection of Akutagawa short stories, Akutagawa Ryūnosuke zenshū.
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... Multiple film productions and Kabuki based on Hell Screen have been produced, including Jigoku-hen, a 1953 Kabuki dramatized by Yukio Mishima ... Portrait of Hell, a 1969 movie produced by Toho A 1962 NHK broadcast television adaptation 2009 Episode 12 of the Aoi Bungaku animated series directed by Atsuko ...
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