Kitano’s Dolls

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Kitano’s Dolls is one emotionally piercing work. Take and consume the intense reds, whites, blues of the dramatic Japanese seasons, as well as the generous silence and pensive pace the film provides, and leave out pre-conceived, logical film notions. The three stories about love and anguish presented here may not be all-original, but they are deliciously heartbreaking.

Easily reminds me of Kurosawa’s Dreams, without the tacky and preachy parts.

[Listening to: Over My Head [4 Track Demo] – Red House Painters – Retrospective Disc 2 (3:57)]

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