A story of Yonosuke (2013) review

“A magnificent and unforgettable encounter with Yonosuke and with the importance of the encounter and the worth of being subject this experience underlines.”


While Shuichi Okita’s cinematographical oeuvre is not large in any way, his narratives, often about quirky and somewhat eccentric men [e.g. The Chef of the South Polar (2009) and The Woodsman and the Rain (2012)], have time and time again proved to charm audiences – and to earn some awards along the way.

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