“One of most original narratives about coming-into-being and that beautiful evil little thing called love to be released in recent years.”
“One of the Tsukamoto’s most accomplished narratives.”
“Nagahisa has earned himself the honour to be considered as one of the most promising directors of Japan today.”
“A wonderful but slightly disturbing confrontation with violent enjoyment.”
A magnificent and unforgettable encounter with Yonosuke and with the importance of the encounter and the worth of being subject this experience underlines.
But even if the narrative is poetically inconsistent on a cinematographical level, there is still a lot to like about the lyricism of speech and the eloquence in which two lost souls are able to find each other as subject.