Masterpiece. However, I must disagree with my fellow critic TheMagicMushroomMan here. This work very evidently doesn't possess the usual characteristics of Kurosawa's works. Instead, it immensely burrows from the techniques of Ingmar Bergman while applying them fully succesfully in a completely new medium, losing none of the master's touch, and adding just enough of a personal taste in order to stand itself out. A sight to burrow itself in our collective memory and never come out, masterpiece deserved to be played by all.
Powerful and ambitious map made during the middle of the golden era of DOOM mapping. An atomic bomb of psychedelia and subversive sexuality inspired by the early works of Akira Kurosawa. Once played, never forgotten.