A pleasant and charming exploration of the fact that, within the game of love and romance and beyond, subjects often rely on acting-out to reveal to the other what they cannot put into signifiers.
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A touching and heartwarming romance drama that captivates the spectator not only because it’s driven by romantic feelings feel genuine, but also because the truth of love is so charmingly delivered by someone not yet fully subjected to the patriarchal societal fantasy.
Imaizumi’s narrative littered with a multitude of beautifully nuanced moments of natural relation poetry.
“A touching exploration of how un-recruited love eventually scars subjectivity.”