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JAPAN | 117 minutes | 2019
In Japan, hell is a bar. A no man’s land that Kanako falls into, literally. Now forced to work for a cook with some rather complicated criminal habits (many have preceded her, all dead because they weren’t good enough), and plunged into the murderous madness of ostentatious Yakuza, can she make it? A corrosive culinary action film, Diner is one of the year’s great cult flicks. It takes no prisoners and proves that when it comes to punk poetry, hilarious carnage and crazy, garish creativity, Sion Sono and Takashi Miike have met their female match. Rejoice! CANADIAN PREMIERE."... a cracked ode to feminine power." Japan Times"The entertainment quotient is high and should hit the outré spot with local teen audiences and manga addicts in general." The Hollywood Reporter« ... un tour de force visuel ... tantôt dramatique, tantôt burlesque, impossible de ne pas penser aux films de Testuya Nakashima (Memories of Matsuko, Kamikaze Girls) et ses univers extravagants ... aussi fou que délicieux. » Fais pas genre
Shanghai Film Festival
Sakuran (2007)Helter Skelter (2012)
Quentin Dupieux’s latest is a serial-killer film about a jacket that wants to kill all other jackets and its unhinging effect on its owner. What starts...
FRANCE | 77 minutes | 2019
Xawery Zulawski directs his late father’s last script, finalized just before he died. This is a two-headed film about the revival of fascism in the West;...
POLAND | 138 minutes | 2019
A high school girl on holidays meets two children of the sea raised by manatees. The three then embark on a big adventure that will connect humans, the...
JAPAN | 111 minutes | 2019
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