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Village
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Jun 25, 2023
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No geral 7.0
História 7.0
Acting/Cast 8.0
Musical 5.0
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vida na vila sofrida

achei que seria uma historia de terror ou bem mais suspense do que foi, porém gosto das reviravolta e de como o principal vai se moldando e tentando resolver as coisas para não volta o que era antes pois só quem já passou por momentos ruins e uma vida sofrida como é apavorante retomar a ela quando você consegue se libertar,

mesmo com os métodos errados só assim conseguem se dá bem.

não recomendo pois não é todo mundo que gosta desse tipo de filme, eu adoro então .
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Smartphone
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Jun 4, 2023
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No geral 8.0
História 8.5
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Um filme que te prende, mas deixa a desejar em alguns pontos.

Se tem algo que amo são suspenses psicológicos - aqueles que mexem com nosso emocional, nos deixa tensas e roendo as unhas. Bem, Unlocked cumpriu isso em partes - ele te envolve, deixa levemente agoniada; mas em contrapartida para quem ama e é acostumado com o gênero (tipo eu), sai um tanto quanto frustrado - afinal esperava um mistério mais tenso e denso e para mim soou muito óbvio; o suspense, a parte maníaca do personagem deixou muito a desejar; mas bem, ainda assim me vi presa e querendo ver onde tudo iria dar e bem... o desfecho me deixou com uma imensa sensação de: tá, só isso? E agora?

Mas para quem está iniciando no gênero é fato que irá amar e quem sabe sair um pouco neurótico; já para os amantes do gênero... irão sair satisfeitos, mas sem aquela sensação de ter assistido algo memorável.

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JUNG_E
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Abr 30, 2023
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No geral 5.0
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Mediano

Estava pé atras porque é sobre novas tecnologias e etc, mas quando vi a sinopse e vi que se podia tratar de algo mais sentimental eu dei uma chance. O filme em si está interessante, achei que tem MUITAS partes desnecessárias, de conversa fiada.

Achei que iriam explorar mais a relação da cientista com a Jung_E, mas foi em vão... tudo isso só serviu para ela no final a soltar e apagar as memórias dela... (??), mudar a mente dela para um robot sem expressões e deixa-la ir.
Eu entendi a intenção dela, mas para mim não fez muito sentido sair de lá num corpo de robot e fugir para sei lá onde num mundo apocalíptico ...

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Lost, Indulgence
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Tan Jianci shines as angsty teenage boy!

As all eyes on #TanJianci #檀建次 film debut in a dramatic male lead role for I Miss You, his career seems like it's coming in full circle with his costar from Lost. Indulgence, Karen Mok, singing the ost.

I've finally had a chance to rent Lost.Indulgence from appleTV and it's such a nice gem. It's a low budget, quiet, indie coming of age film. It follows the relationships of a woman and son, Xiao Chuan, navigating the aftermath from the apparent drowning of her husband. They both had to take in the woman, Su Dan, who was injured and a unlikely friendship develops between the Su Dan and Xiao Chuan.

Tan Jianci, even at a young age, shines as Xiao Chuan. Here you can already see his knack for acting and small facial movements.

Filled with teenage angst, grownup problems, and unspoken lust, Lost.Indulgence is beautifully shot on 35mm, and remeniscent of the HK era urban narratives. Despite a rushed ending, it is still a fresh breath from all the CGI fested idol dramas.

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Utopia Concreta
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boring

I like the theme of the story which starts with the apartment paradox. but then I felt bored before even getting to the middle of the film.

2 hours for a storyline like this gets boring. I did a lot of skipping just to find out the important points and it turns out it's not a problem to do it.

As for the visual effects, I admit it is very good, the make up of the actors down to the small details is also good, the acting is beyond doubt. but it's the storyline that's the problem.

because it lacks depth and is just like a flash of something that is not necessary. but I enjoyed it.

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...ing
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12 horas atrás
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No geral 6.0
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“…ing” (2003) – A Review

Direction and Cast: The film’s direction stands out, skillfully guiding the narrative. The cast delivers commendable performances, adding depth to the characters.

Pacing and Explanation: While the movie touches on various aspects, it spends too much time without fully exploring them. Lingering questions arise as the plot unfolds, leaving some elements unaddressed. Unfortunately, this detracts from the overall experience.

Metaphors and Closure: The ballerina and cross guard characters serve as significant metaphors, yet their importance lacks closure. The film over-delivers without providing necessary resolutions. The cross guard, initially seemingly central, fades into the background.

Multiple Viewings: “…ing” demands multiple viewings to grasp its technical intricacies fully. I plan to revisit it, hoping for a deeper understanding. However, due to my backlog, this may take some time.

Emotional Connection: Despite its flaws, the movie fails to evoke strong emotional resonance. Moments feel forced, impacting overall engagement.

Rating: 6 out of 10 My honest assessment reflects the film’s missed potential. Limited availability on physical media or YouTube adds to the disappointment.

In summary, “…ing” offers glimpses of brilliance but falls short of its promise. If you seek a slow-paced, sweet romance, consider giving it a watch. 🎬🤔

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Painted Skin
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12 horas atrás
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Emotionally Compelling

I haven't watched the original stories of this, nor was I aware of them, but I still liked this film.

For a short film, the story was really well done. The subtleties, the way the plot moved, everything was very well thought out. They managed to hook someone like me, who is not aware of its pre-existing world and its characters, into it.

The way it was filmed made it feel like they slowed the clips in the editing process. I'm not saying it was bad, but that's just the way I saw it. It helps you feel the scenes, and feel the emotions that are being portrayed on the screen. They don't hand you out what's supposed to be said or what you have to know sometimes, so the cinematography is there to help you understand the story and the characters. I have one minor critique, though, and also minor spoilers. There's that one scene where ML and FL are facing each other while chatting very early in the film, and while FL is talking, the camera just pans away from her face like???

The acting... in the beginning, I wasn't really paying attention to the other three because they opened up the film with Wang Churan, so already, she has my attention, and I noticed something different about her acting right away. For someone who doesn't really move her facial expressions that much, I must say it was still good, she conveys depth without relying heavily on exaggerated facial expressions. But then this sad scene appeared, and there came the acting that I was looking for from this woman, ughh!! I really felt that deep in my heart. Of course, I can't forget the other two; they did really great, especially when it was focused on them. I loved the subtleties in their acting; you can tell what the characters are feeling or even what they're thinking. Like I said, the cinematography helped, and the way they highlighted each of the characters. The way the actors say their lines, there's just something about it that's very alluring.

The music was banging; it was on point.

Final verdict: Highly recommend you watch this short film, doesn't matter if you haven't watched any of its other connections. It's really good, really emotional, really well done.

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#Alive
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15 horas atrás
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No geral 7.5
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A "#Alive" Review

Zombie Execution: Korea’s ability to portray zombies effectively is commendable. Their attention to detail, including the concept of muscle memory for the undead, adds depth to the horror experience.

Story Strength: While I appreciated the overall storyline, the ending left me wanting more. It lacked the suspense I anticipated. Perhaps a weightier final act could have elevated the film.

Acting: The performances by the cast were praiseworthy. However, Yoo Ah In’s grunting felt unnecessary. On the other hand, Park Shin Hye’s acting was consistent with my expectations.

Pacing: Unfortunately, the movie’s pacing didn’t impress me. It wrapped up too swiftly, leaving room for more exploration. Imagining them fighting together in different settings or delving into her past before reaching the 8th floor could have added intensity and depth.

Tone-Setting: The movie’s strong beginning effectively set the tone, drawing me into its world of suspense and horror.

Overall Rating: Movie took multiple viewings for me to really enjoy it. Despite its flaws, I still rate it an impressive 7.5 out of 10. A solid recommendation for those seeking an intriguing zombie flick.

If you’re interested in exploring more South Korean zombie movies, consider checking out other gems like “Train to Busan” and “The Wailing”. These films showcase the country’s prowess in the undead genre and offer fresh perspectives on familiar tropes. 🧟‍♂️🎬

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I Flunked, But...
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"What does flunked mean?"

I Flunked, But… was one of Ozu’s early silent films about university life. It was a warmhearted story demonstrating life’s ups and downs during and after university.

Shomochi and his four buddies don’t take things too seriously as they cheat during exams and spend the evening before the big final exam cramming. Shomochi is the leader helping the others to study. He also prepares his white shirt as an answer guide. Nothing is ever that easy, especially when the house mom inadvertently collects the cheat sheet shirt along with the dirty clothes and gives it to the laundry services. The roommates panic at the loss. Much to everyone’s surprise the four roommates pass while Shomochi fails. The boys are sad for their friend, but Shomochi is devastated to not be able to graduate. Shomochi receives comfort from an unexpected source and finds his path toward adulthood and confidence. The four graduates discover the harsh reality of a disastrous economy where their diplomas mean very little.

Just as bachelor Ozu made numerous films about marriage and family life, he never attended university, so his take on it was more what he envisioned it to be than what he’d experienced. I enjoy Ozu's silent films, his style was more mobile. People moved naturally and looked at each other, not the camera, when they were talking. He wasn't rigid with filming from the mat and some shots were filmed from a higher position. The comedy felt organic and not forced. The boys had many humorous moments without delving completely into slapstick. I did miss his meticulously designed sets with the spare compositions. Of course, these were college boys and cluttered rooms were more realistic. An American movie poster and American university pennants decorated the walls. Ozu's teapot did receive prominent placement in one shot!

While there were many comedic moments, they alternated with sadness and discouragement. University life felt more insular. When the graduates faced the unforgiving economy, they were the ones needing help and encouragement. “Why did we have to graduate so fast?” Shomochi, on the other hand, moved toward maturity and finding joy in the moment.

This film shared the bonds formed from late night study sessions and walking arm and arm to a dance beat. Love brought encouragement in the darkest moments as did friendship. Maturity became a path adversity set them on. I Flunked, But… asked what it means to fail, and if one fails…what next? What happens when you do everything right but still can’t succeed? Ozu left some of those questions unanswered for the students who sought to find happiness amidst the sorrow and victory from failure.

25 February 2024

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Going South
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The end of the trilogy: reasons for debate and controversy

The trilogy by Korean director Leesong Hee-il, known as 'One Night, Two Days', (백야), began with the short film 'One Night, later expanded to a 75-minute film entitled 'Baekya' ('지난여름, 갑자기 '/'White Night' and followed by the short 'Suddenly Last Summer' (지난 여름, 갑자기/'Jinanyeoreum, gapjagi'), concludes with the medium-length film 'Namjjokeuro Ganda' ('Going South' /남쪽으로 간다), all from 2012, and narrating three unconnected gay-themed stories together.
The strength of Leesong Hee-Il's cinematography, by itself, and continually, finds an audience for his works. Not only because of the naturalness and simplicity, at the same time as the complex way of exposing homosexuality and human relationships and conflicts, which allows us to reinterpret the essence of the South Korean LGBT+ collective (equally global), from the perspective of some of its representatives, but also in the elegance of the language, the cinematographic resources, the intelligence of the film narrative and the intellectual and human wisdom that flows with astonishing clarity and directness.
It is, furthermore, and above all, the director's ability to build powerful stories due to their humanism, which penetrate the personal imagination, especially of the members of said community, never to abandon it again.
Who who has seen the trilogy does not suffer as their own the desperation and anguish of a gay person who drags, like a heavy burden, the emotional and spiritual suffering, more than physical, caused by a homophobic attack and today, after years , returns to the scene of the events to continue judging the society that did nothing to condemn barbarism, only for the fact that the victim is a homosexual? Who has not wanted to be the companion of said person in the search not only for love, but also, and above all, for the necessary spiritual peace and answers that give meaning to their life, during a long, cold night in Seoul?
Who was not on the cruise ship that crosses the Han River while a boy, a minor, blackmails his teacher, 17 years older, whom he threatens to get out of the closet if he does not give in to his demands to spend a few hours on a hot day in his side? Who has not understood the dilemma in which the teacher struggles, caught between desire and responsibility, between desire and ethics, between good and evil? Who has not forgiven the student for blackmailing the teacher, after seeing him suffer and at the same time shout his love and happiness, while, excited, he talks to the fish or makes the teacher listen to his favorite music after placing the headphones over his ears? ears? Who has not made their own the suffering, pain and anguish, but also the joy and the touch of happiness, of each and every one of the characters that inhabit their stories?
'Going South' follows two men on a journey that, despite the short's title, has no defined direction or destination. Gi-Tae (Kim Jae-Heung) and Jun-Young (Chun Shin-Hwan) met during their mandatory two-year stint in the Korean army. From the first seconds, the existence of a secret to be revealed around these two people and their respective internal struggles becomes evident.
Its director once again exposes a constant dichotomy in the relationships of its protagonists, but now elevates it to a higher plane by placing its narrative heroes involved in the South Korean army. Shocking are the deeply subtle, uncomfortable, and highly problematic questions it raises about homosexual relationships, military service in particular, and that nation's society as a whole.
While Jun-Young, now demobilized, hides or completely denies his homosexuality, Gi-Tae, who still has some time left to graduate, is not afraid to acknowledge it and even enjoys celebrating it, despite completing his military service in a nation where, according to article 92 of its Military Penal Code, it considers sexual relations between members of the same sex as "sexual harassment", punishable by a maximum of one year in prison.
Jun-Young is taking Gi-Tae back to base after his last leave. The atmosphere around them is overloaded by the demands of one and the refusal of the other to give in. Jun-Young is quite harsh on his friend during the ride.
The characters in the medium-length film inhabit a space where they meet somewhere in the middle. It is at this moment that the director uses the camera lens to "steal" the characters' emotions and show human complexities.
One having realized that he does not want to continue the sexual relationship with his friend and asks him not to contact him again, the other is not willing to let him go, and clings to him. Inadvertently, the soldier takes the opportunity to put sleeping pills in Jun-Young's coffee. As soon as the drugs take effect, he takes the wheel and heads south, or nowhere in particular.
When Jun-Young finally wakes up, he is furious, but also furious is Gi-Tae, who confronts his former lover/friend about his broken promises.
The fight, both emotional and physical, reveals two aspects to consider: on the one hand, Jun-Young completely denies not only his former feelings for Gi-Tae, but also his homosexuality. Jun-Young dismisses his previous relationship, alleging that he had sexual encounters with his friend out of the need to fill the void of soldier's loneliness, something common for soldiers while doing military service.
And secondly, Gi-Tae is clearly losing control and has crossed the line. His erratic, illegal behavior is not justifiable, and yet we sympathize with him more than with Jun-Young, because his pain is so tangible.
Initially calm and serene, Gi-Tae's feelings are increasingly expressed through physical things, such as photographing Jun-Young in the middle of making love for the last time, not to blackmail him but to materially record the feelings that his lover does not want to admit with words. He subsequently gets into a wild mud fight with Jun-Young that nearly ends in blood and he drinks bottle of beer after bottle. His state of increasing intoxication leads him to dance alone like a lunatic in a dark highway tunnel, while music blares from the car speakers.
You can't blame Jun-Young for wanting to distance himself from Gi-Tae, who has major emotional issues that may run deeper than this particular rejection. And yet, one must ask: how desperate must one be to go AWOL from one's military base and nearly kidnap another person, acts that can only have serious repercussions?
Open-ended like all parts of Leesong Hee-ill's trilogy, 'Going South' feels more gloomy and suffocating than the two previous films, denying the viewer a journey towards the spiritual peace and happiness they dreamed of, at least from one of the characters.
As in the rest of the three pieces, the film tells a story of great visual and auditory beauty, but perhaps the most important thing is the emotional depth. The raw honesty of the film's narrative – centered on the often deeply problematic feelings of its characters, all asking difficult but very real questions – is commendable.
The finished compositional gear, the composition between musical form and film text brought to the screen, the treatment of time and changes in point of view, are formal innovations that demonstrate the filmmaker's vocation to always renew himself, supporting the three pieces that make up the trilogy, which reflect on the human condition, the complexities of the human being, the responsibilities and ethics of the gay man of our days, the homophobic ambushes that stalk him at every step, the feeling of emptiness caused by the so-called epidemic of loneliness gay, the emotional and mood disorders of homosexual men, the constant search for happiness, which implies, in turn, the fight for their human rights, and the encounters between the individual and the collective.

Note: The reviews of the remaining pieces of the trilogy, in MDL, can be found on the page dedicated by the virtual platform to each of them.

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Homejack: Reverse
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Unironically a great philosophical piece

Around the 43:39 mark when the MC asks why the girls are doing this, we see his traditional old stance versus the modern new stance from the 2 women intruders. His stance is old fashioned and contained while the women share a nihilistic albeit freeing point of view. When they debate about the value of love, what is considered normalcy, and what we ought to be doing, the women do make a good point on how you technically don't need to listen to anything society says, who make up concepts. I don't fully agree with the 2 women and take more towards the guy's perspective, but this has unironically lead to deep philosophical pondering about love, what it means to be free, and the expectations of society. The ending was also insane and was full of symbolism that hints towards the death of tradition. Overall, do we gain meaning from doing what we are told or do we gain meaning by creating our own values like the Übermensch?
"Originally, humans are born to live free of any bonds." - Nami

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21 horas atrás
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Refreshing

This is an older, lesser known BL. I've not even heard of this till accidentally discovering the poster from Pinterest. For those who are into the genre because of the romantic scenes, this might not suit the palate. However, I think this work deserves to be known as one of the "top of the line" for BL, if not one of the classics.

The element that is incredibly striking is the music, and for someone who is familiar with Japanese films and style, they never fail to make the audience waver internally. As if you had lost something precious that you never owned, or reminiscing a past timeline that you have no memory of. Something about the music/score adds layers to particular scenes, emphasises on the emotion, or the linger of a facial expression. Or perhaps, this is the essence of a 2000s movie, which is rare to find these days.

For some reason, it's always the Japanese works that has ever been able to accomplish instilling this kind of poignancy, melancholic, atmosphere of life within the viewer. This film does this right from the first scene, and the 6.5 rating showcased the disappointment from those who like BL solely for steamy scenes rather than nuanced storytelling.

The quotes are a nice touch, and the exploration on the concept of love is probably the most refreshing I've seen in a long time. The subtlety makes it worthwhile to watch.

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Amor à Flor da Pele
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Avec des si on refait le monde

Just where do I begin?
I was confused at the start, and that confusion stuck with me till the end. This was a recommendation, so I went in blind – no idea what it was about, and I don't like reading synopses. They can spoil the fun, you know?

This movie wasn't anything like I expected. It was poetic?! The cinematography was very different, almost like they give you some clips and tell you to let your imagination run wild. It was slow, silent, and reddish!!

A slow burn, kind of boring, but not in a negative way – it's hard to explain. Silent because there wasn't a ton of dialogue; we just watched them act with music in the background, very mesmerizing!! And reddish, for aesthetic reasons, giving it a hot vibe.

So, it's about two lonely married people being cheated on by each other's spouses. They discover this as they live next door. They become close, and what their relationship could be named, I don't really know – friends, lovers, absolutely not, maybe an association for cheated-on people? They were just two lonely individuals keeping each other company and trying to understand how it led to this. Obviously, they slowly fall in love.

Now, the end left me very confused because I had so many questions!! But still, the movie was brilliant. I did get the idea of 'Missed opportunities' and the 'Perhaps, perhaps, perhaps.

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Sweet and Warm
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Never too late for love

I wanted to watch something short and light and this popped out of nowhere. And since you can never go wrong with a rom com on a Sunday evening, I gave it a go. And I enjoyed the film. It is fun and unremarkable but a nice single watch!

The story is a bit unusual because the main leads are in their forties. He is a dorky researcher, working for a snacks company. His life is orderly, by the clock, every day the same as the one before. She's a single mother who just got a job in a loans company and she needs to get the money from his brother. That brother is an ex con and gambler, sponging off of his brother who goes to the loan company to pay the debt. They meet there and she falls for his humour. Meeting her changes him for the better: he gets to be more open and joyful so much so his boss gets worried!

The cast of characters are a quirky lot: not a mean bone in sight but odd! Apart from those already mentioned there is the rude daughter who does not want her mother to date; the pharmacist who has seen everything but the ML still manages to surprise her, the brother's girlfriend who falls for the ML's boss and turns out to be the FL's friend.....just a typical romcom! With a lot of funny scenes where the outcome is not expected (falling down the stairs!)...and of course, a number of obligatory scenes: a public confession, running into each other's arms etc.

The ML is the character who changes the most: or at least it is the most remarkable. The others develop slightly.

The movie is about ordinary people, living ordinary lives and trying to find happiness. The actors are all excellent: the ML is not the typical romcom material but the actor pulled it off brilliantly and they were perfect together!

Will I rewatch it? Not sure! Maybe in order to spot all the cameos....

NB The screenplay writer is amazing: look him up. He is hugely talented: wrote some of the best dramas and movies in recent years, and is better looking than the majority of korean actors! A lot of good fairies must have been present at his birth!

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Early Summer
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A moment in tme, The summer of 51!

This is a true slice of life movie depicting a moment in peoples lives as it seemed to be back then, the constant when are you going to get married... single women vs. married women. The family pressure, the nuclear family values and the strong presence of loss in the background. Actually I know very little about this time in history, and even less about the pressures of marriage in 1951s japan so this is actually just me guessing. But this movie does have a feel of moving on without forget ing ones roots... Progressive in many ways, saying women can choose their own paths while still screamin the only way to happiness is marriage.

The movie is kind of slow and does get to be a bit repetitive. The subs in the version I watched where a bit a head of their time making me have to use my brain a little bit to much.

If you are in to slow classics with a hint of woman can, this is not a bad place to find it.

Personally had it not been part of the syllabus for a course I am attending, I would probably not have stuck around to the end of it as I honestly did not really care if she would marry or who she would marry even if I appreciated the character of the female lead as she is actually kind of fun and cool.

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