No. 3 (South Korea, 1997)

If one considers the 21st century as the definitive era of modern Korean cinema (aka New Korean Cinema), then the 1990s must serve as a transitional period, a breeding ground for cinematic experimentation that foreshadows […]

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Top Knot Detective (Australia, 2017)

Third Window Films seem to have a knack for picking up well-received meta films and movies about filmmaking for their already well-established roster, be it Ken Ochiai’s Uzamasa Limelight (2014), Kei Morikawa’s Makeup Room (2015), […]

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Dangan Runner (Japan, 1996)

When pushed to the brink, men will do anything. No extremes are off-limits once the event horizon has been crossed, when they have snapped at the words and actions of those around them. William Foster […]

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on Oct, 28 · in Reviews

A Thousand and One Nights (Japan, 1969) & Cleopatra (Japan, 1970)

In most books devoted to anime you will find numerous references to the work of Osamu Tezuka. Most famous for his creation of Astro Boy, Tezuka’s work is one of the key definers of modern […]

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on Jun, 17 · in Reviews

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