“An extremely well-structured genre-blend that does not only provides the laughs and giggles with its pleasant political satire, but also allows the spectator to immerge himself into the tension that mark the attempts of dealing with the carcass.”
Tag: Takashi Sasano
Masquerade Hotel (2019) review
A pleasant narrative that provides an interesting mystery, a nice exploration of hotel-philosophy, and offers an engaging dynamic between the two leads.
They Say Nothing Stays the Same (2019) review [22nd Nippon Connection]
An exquisitely shot meditation about the impact change has on society and subjectivity.
Wife of A Spy (2020) review
A tremendous achievement [that succeeds in calling] forth orth certain (indigestible) truths concerning the Japanese imperialistic Other.
Haruka’s pottery (2020) review [Camera Japan 2020]
A visually impressive meditative exploration of the art and the philosophy of Bizen pottery that also gives a better insight in how lack and desire functions within human relationships.
Recall (2018) review [Camera Japan Festival]
“A fun, emotional and engaging narrative, but nothing more.”