“Matsui delivers another masterpiece that will long linger in the spectator’s mind.”
Tag: Ryuya Wakaba
Stormy Family (2019) review [Nippon Connection 2021]
“A great narrative that succeeds in exploring the very way that imaginary injuries and resentments erode family bonds, by causing a subjective blindness for the suffering of the other.”
Over The Town (2021) review [OAFF 2021]
Imaizumi’s narrative littered with a multitude of beautifully nuanced moments of natural relation poetry.
Just Only Love (2019) Review
“A touching exploration of how un-recruited love eventually scars subjectivity.”
Dynamite Graffiti (2018) review [JFFH 2019]
(A narrative that movingly) reveals the productive as well as the destructive effects a certain fantasmatic solution to the enigma of female desire can have.
Good-bye Silence (2018) review
“While Ugana understands the power of cinematography and brings interesting ideas on the table, he has not yet found the way to bring his vision in a way that touches the spectator.”