Miki delivers a great psychological mystery narrative, yet it might not be for everyone.
Tag: Yuki Katayama
A Madder Red (2021) review [Nippon Connection 2022]
Machiko Ono and Yuki Katayama breathe extra-ordinary life and realism into the pain, the hopes, the white lies, the tears, the smiles, and the anger of contemporary female subjects subjected to a phallically-structured societal system. Highly recommended.
LOUDER! Can’t Hear What You’re Singing Wimp (2018) review
“A jack of all trades but a master of none.”
The Island of Cats (2019) review [Fantasia Film Festival]
“Probably this year’s best cat narrative.”