Nakamura elegantly unpacks how the corona situation disturbs the field of desire as well how important the presence of bodies is within the societal field driven by desire.
As this year comes to a close, it is finally time to look back to the Japanese cinematic year. Despite the doom and gloom that easily escapes the mouths of some commentators, this year was a fine year for Japanese cinema. Discover our top 15 Japanese movies of this year.
“A splendid narrative that dares to explore how problematic mothers can be for their children.”
“A great short narrative that beautifully highlights the impact of the state of emergency on the subjective and social state of speaking beings.”