The Other Home (2018) review [Camera Japan 2020]

Nishikawa shows, in a heartwarming way, that while there is a need to identify ourselves somewhat with the ideal image of our significant other, such identification should not be at the expense of our subjective position.

Sacrifice (2019) review [Japan Cuts 2020]

“A compelling exploration of the enticing power religious cults and militaristic organization have in a society driven by consumption and enjoyment and – as vague as it may sound – the Otherness of the others.”

Kontora (2019) review [Japan Cuts 2020]

“A very atmospheric but rather restrained exploration of the difficulty subjects face in their attempt to break their subjective deadlock and start their search for a desire.”

It comes (2018) review

“A wonderful exploration of dysfunctional familial bonds and the destructive impact narcissism has on human relations.”

Kuma Elohim (2018) review

“A captivating exploration of the conflictual tension between sexual desire, love, and plight.”