Honda delivers a bleak and disconcerting outlook on the optimistic post-war reparative economic growth.
Tag: Ishiro Honda
Mothra vs. Godzilla (1964) review [The Godzilla Project]
A splendid Godzilla narrative that does not only delivers Kaiju action in a satisfying and engaging way but also continues the questioning of the blossoming of the capitalistic logic within Japanese societal field and the state of the post-war atomic truth in a constructive way.
Mothra (1961) review [The Godzilla Project]
By elegantly using the kaiju Mothra, Honda warns the Japanese spectator of the destructive societal effects that the blind adoption of unrestricted capitalism and wild consumption can cause.