Over The Fence (2016) Review [Camera Japan Festival]

“It is not love-story in the traditional sense of the word, but a wonderful and moving psychological study of the concept of meeting, a sort of meeting that might change each subject involved forever.”

“Yureru proves to be a very intimate emotive meditation on the mendacity of identity and the subjectivity in experiencing reality. It is a sublime meditation we recommend to everyone.” Introduction In 2006 Miwa Nishikawa released her second feature film Yureru. As her first feature film, Wild Berries (2003), for which Kore-eda was the producer, garnished many awards,…

Kawaki/world of Kanako (2014) Review

“Kawaki concerns that aspect that drives us (…) as well as how (…) something real, trauma, affects the speaking being. It (…) shows vividly the most irrational aspect present in this world and in speaking beings.”