Let us present 5 Japanese films that should already be high on your to-watch list.
Tag: Shinichiro Ueda
Popran (2022) review [22nd Nippon Connection]
“A great narrative that questions in a light-hearted way the relation between the male subject and his member as well as the role the real member plays within the fantasmatic world of men.”
Nippon Connection 2021: our recommendations
“While we of course encourage the audience to explore the many films this rich festival has to offer, we do want to introduce our recommendations, films that we think are worth seeing and offer certain experience, whether pleasing or confronting.”
Top 10 Japanese films of the decade. [2010-2019]
Find out which films we selected for our top ten Japanese films of the last decade (and also discover Onderhond’s second opinion).
Fantasia Film Festival: 8 Japanese film recommendations
“While there are many Japanese films to discover at the festival – even for us, we can already provide eight recommendations for this year’s festival.”
Special Actors (2019) review [Japan Cuts 2020]
“A smartly constructed, highly unpredictable and fun exploration of the ‘rent-an-actor’ phenomenon.”
Short Movie Review: One Cut of The Dead mission: Remote (2020)
“A fun, uplifting, and heartwarming narrative that successfully plays with the limitation of social distancing.”
11 Japanese movies to watch in quarantine.
“With Covid-19 raging throughout the world, many people are ‘ordered’/asked by their governments to stay inside and socially distance themselves. To overcome this harsh time, we compiled a list of ten amazing and easily available Japanese movies to watch during these strange and difficult times. “
Talks with film-critics: Mark Schilling.
“We decided to sit down with him and interview him about the current state of the Japanese industry, how he became a film-critic, his style of reviewing and more.”
Top 10 Japanese movies of 2018
To celebrate the end of this year and to whatever 2019 might bring, we happily release our top ten Japanese movies of 2018.
One Cut Of the Dead (2018) review
“The funniest movie released this year”.