A highly satisfying experience that delivers suspense as well as good dose of touching emotionality.
Tag: Tatsuya Fujiwara
The Sun Does Not Move (2021) review
“A highly pleasant action spy thriller that will satisfy both those hungry for exciting action and those who love a dense narrative with twist and turns.”
Diner (2019) review
“A very entertaining narrative dealing with the birth of desire and exploring the importance of assuming a symbolic place from where one can desire and speak.”
No Longer Human (2019) review
“Ninagawa’s representation of the final years of Dazai’s life is an enjoyable experience.”
Rurouni Kenshin: Kyoto Inferno (2014) review
“Add the Kenshin-tension to the mix and you have a narrative that will keep you on the edge of your seat.”
Memoirs of a murderer (2017) review.
As long as one doesn’t expect to find any deep psychological truths on the nature of the serial killer in the narrative or a deep character study of a murderer as such, [the narrative] proves to be as thrilling and satisfying as the original was.
Shield of Straw (2013) review
“Miike might have saved ‘Ware No Tate’ from a complete disaster, his visual talent cannot hide the fundamental flaw of the narrative.”