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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)
When the ghost of a spaceship escapes, two hunters take off on an interstellar chase to capture the entity before it can flee to freedom. What if machines...
FRANCE, UNITED STATES | 50 minutes | 2019
Documentarist Alexandre O. Philippe goes back to the very roots of a film that marked the imagination of an entire generation: Ridley Scott’s Alien...
UNITED STATES | 95 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
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