Exploring the world and self through a cinematic lens
A disciple of Tsai Ming-liang, Chinese director Pengfei discusses his latest film "The Taste of Rice Flower".
There’s an old adage in Japanese — “mono no aware”, or “the transience of life”. It’s the idea that nothing is forever, and that’s precisely what gives...
An unlikely Venezuelan piece that offers an artistic, brooding taste of award-friendly cinema.
What do you get when you mix the woes of parenting and The Hangover? Probably something a lot like Klown, a taboo-busting Danish comedy.
Oftentimes compared to Studio Ghibli’s Hayao Miyazaki, Makoto Shinkai is among Japan’s most acclaimed anime directors. Although he isn’t a member of the popularly known...
This movie helps explain why Turkey and Japan are such good friends
Interview: Chinese director Pengfei on “The Taste of Rice Flower”
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Review: The Taste of Rice Flower (China, 2017)
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