This film made me laugh so much. Just the thought that this happen in real laugh is too funny, yet it is believable. When they showed the photo of passport I bursted out in laughter because he looked nothing like the son. He had a fucking accent for fuck sake. HE HAD BROWN EYES. HE SAID THAT THE MILITARY CHANGED HIS EYECOLORS, AND STILL THEY DIDNT QUESTION HIM. WHAT TRHE FUCK IS WROGNGD WUIEHJFODS FDFsmgfæøgs
I don't know what it is but Sono has always made me love his movies , even tho I feel that these are films that has the potential to be really bad. There aren't really happening much the first 90 minutes of this film, yet I am invested in it. I think it is because his editing style and dialogue is really something else.
Take "Exte: Hair Extensions" for example. It's just a normal generic j-horror, but still it feels…
Film with a bunch of shorts directed by well knows directors. A film about the love for cinema, by the people behind cinema itself. I enjoyed most of it, but some of it was pretty bad. My ratings:
10 Atom Egoyan (segment "Artaud Double Bill")
09 Ming-liang Tsai (segment "It's a Dream")
09 Lars von Trier (segment "Occupations")
09 David Cronenberg (segment "At the Suicide of the Last Jew in the World in the Last Cinema in the World")