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JAPAN | 89 minutes | 2019
A young woman discovers that a sex tape made without her knowledge is circulating online. Paranoia takes over, along with a sense of injustice. Her sudden terror of video triggers a downward spiral where she loses all social bearings. Shot in magnificent black-and-white, reminiscent of Chris Marker or Noboru Tanaka, the new Miyazaki (Tourism, Yamato California) deals with sexual abuse in the form of cyber-rape. The film forcefully dissects the overwhelmingly traumatic effects of a crime that fractures reality in a society under constant surveillance. Magnetic and harrowing.WORLD PREMIEREQ&A with filmmaker DAISUKE MIYAZAKI and actress TOMONA HIROTA on October 11th and 12thWith the support of the Japan Foundation Toronto
End of the Night (2011)Yamato (California) (2016)TOURISM (2018)
Indisputably a cinematic masterwork, Raining in the Mountain is a mammoth artistic œuvre that needs to be seen at least once on the big screen. When the...
TAIWAN, SOUTH KOREA | 120 minutes | 1979
A former screenwriter for François Ozon (Under the Sand, 8 Women), Marina de Van (In My Skin) asserts her position as the most provocative woman’s voice...
FRANCE | 85 minutes | 2019
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
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