The Promised Land (2019) review [Nippon Connection 2021]

A beautifully composed and highly relevant narrative about destructive kinds of social violence, a social violence against the Otherness present in the community and an ostracizing violence to turn the once-trusted other into an unwanted Otherness.

Life: untitled (2020) review

A confronting narrative that underlines the necessity for male subjects to lay down their eroticizing gaze and meet a woman as a subject, as someone who is driven by unconscious desires and own demands as well as marked by her own failure of understanding herself.

Yamato (California) 2016 review

“A moving and motivational piece that beautifully reveals (…) the importance of assuming a place to speak and thus a place within society. (…)¬†Without a doubt, (…) the best Japanese movie of 2016.”