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Definitely one of those movies that you have to watch more than once to truly understand what's going on (typical of Satoshi Kon films), but one of my all time favorites.Published 16 days ago by Colleen A. Gillis
I try to show this movie to my students after our unit on Japanese history every year. Beautiful animation, powerful storytelling, gorgeous music -- I love it!Published 1 month ago by Aubrei
In this interesting, very attractively drawn anime from Japan, a TV journalist gets to interview Chiyoko Fujiwara, a once famous actress who mysteriously became a recluse after... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Andres C. Salama
Maybe the greatest movie actress of Japan - some considered her the Century Actress - born at the beginning at the twenties, starting to play in her teens, spanning a prodigious... Read morePublished 6 months ago by PIERRE RADULESCU-BANU
This is a beautiful movie that can go toe to toe with any Miyazaki movie. Just be ready for subtitles. It's a huge tragedy satoshi kon died to soon.Published 7 months ago by KWW
This film had one of the most unique premises I'd seen in awhile.
Basically, a film director and his cameraman go to interview a famous actress, now in her twilight... Read more
In the same fashion as Perfect Blue - visually stunning and mind-bending between reality and fantasy. Enjoyed very much!Published 12 months ago by RBC
Satoshi Kon's second directorial effort is a vast improvement over his first, Perfect Blue.
Here the story structure is intriguing and fresh, it will keep you thinking. Read more
Satoshi Kon only lived to create a half-dozen titles, but this may be his best. The life and career of fictional film-idol Chiyoko Fujiwara, known in her prime as Japan's Madonna... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Patrick Drazen