Oshima’s magisterial epic, centering on the ambivalent surviving heir of the Sakurada clan, uses ritual and the microcosm of the traditional family to trace the rise and fall of militaristic Japan across several decades. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Oshima’s magisterial epic, centering on the ambivalent surviving heir of the Sakurada clan, uses ritual and the microcosm of the traditional family to trace the rise and fall of militaristic Japan across several decades.
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Omar A (br) wrote: Muy bueno historia romntica.Muchas idas y vueltas mucha tensin, un final excelente.Super recomendable.
BrittanyMarie A (kr) wrote: A film with so much potential but poorly executed.
Therea A (gb) wrote: I saw it when I was 9 land I love it.I remember a quote: "You look at me, and you don't like what you see. But this is the price, mother, the price of belonging to you."
J K (jp) wrote: How did this moron ever get a career?
Ernie T (kr) wrote: Fed up with the rampant crime in his neighborhood, a local shop owner organizes a neighborhood watch to take back the streets by any means necessary. At times a little over the top but still entertaining vigilante thriller.
Stuart K (ca) wrote: Written and directed by Todd Haynes (Poison (1991), Safe (1995) and I'm Not There (2007)), this is a visually stunning but absolutely insane and nearly incoherent music drama, set around the most flamboyant time in music history, and ever so partially inspired by the lives of David Bowie and Iggy Pop, (even though Haynes claims it isn't really), this is a weird outsider's view on the brash glam rock scene. In 1984, homosexual journalist Arthur Stuart (Christian Bale) is asked to find out what happened to bi-sexual glam rock star Brian Slade (Jonathan Rhys Meyers), who faked his own death and disappeared from public life a decade before, Stuart is chosen as he was at the concert where the assassination happened. Stuart investigates Slade's life, and explores the relationship Slade had with his wife Mandy (Toni Collette), his dubious manager Jerry Devine (Eddie Izzard) and also Slade's friendship with American hard rocker Curt Wild (Ewan McGregor), and the working relationship they had, but Stuart finds a lot of secrets. It's a very colourful and loud film, but it's plot owes a big debt of gratitude to Citizen Kane (1941), with the search for the elusive "Rosebud" here being the hunt for a reclusive rock star. It's not perfect, and a lot of it is hammed up and camped up to high heaven. Bowie wanted nothing to do with the film. Shame, he would have liked it.
Greg W (ru) wrote: typical A pic musical from MGM and features about half of the studio's contract players.
Nicholas L (ca) wrote: About a Boy is disfunctional, but very hilarious and its screenplay is written with wit and weight which makes Hugh Grant soar as an actor.
Robert C (au) wrote: midnight snack entertainment
Michael F (nl) wrote: Good stories woven to make one great one.
Hayden K (mx) wrote: Boring and Stupid. I finally go around to watching this film after reading that it had been ranked as one of the best (and, in some cases, the best) film ever made. It was a wasted two hours and fifteen minutes. It's slow moving. Boring. Ridiculous premise. And a really stupid ending. I generally enjoy classic films, but this one is a complete waste of time. I have no idea how it is even considered a classic, let alone one of the best of all time.