“A great dystopian narrative that clearly gives expression the director’s fear of certain right-wing tendencies that linger within Japanese society.”
Miki delivers a great psychological mystery narrative, yet it might not be for everyone.
An experience that will stir the spectator’s unconscious and affect his heart.
“His dystopian ‘thriller’ does not only masterly highlight, in a chilling way, the various ills that marks contemporary society, but also shows, that within such dystopian world, a subject can always rediscover something to life and fight for.”
A truly moving narrative that explores, in a very nuanced but detailed way, the difficulty for subjects to meet the Other, the beloved Other, as subject.
‘The narrative dares to confront the spectator with a question that is nothing other than a dilemma. ‘