‘One of the most powerful narratives concerning desire to date.’
Tag: Kenji Yamauchi
Talks With Directors: Kenji Yamauchi
“This movie is a movie that shows theater as it is! The terrace is the only scene that will appear! What is that? Is it unacceptable? But if you watch it, it will be interesting!” Introduction Our next guest for Talks with directors is Kenji Yamauchi, director of Being Mitsuko (2011), her father my lover (2015) and, of course, At…
監督との話し合い: Kenji Yamauchi [日本語]
Introduction Our third guest for Talks with directors is Kenji Yamauchi, director of Being Mitsuko (2011), her father my lover (2015) and, of course, At the Terrace (2016). We’re grateful that Kenji Yamauchi took the time to sit down with us to discuss various aspects of his work. He talks about how he got interested…
At The Terrace (2016) Review
At the Terrace proves to be a light-hearted and engaging exploration on how women, with respect to their image of beauty, are drawn to male desire to be able to experience themselves as lovable.