Kinda amazing. Wonderfully complex in its emotions—brutal at times. Also, just really forward thinking, to the point it felt like it was made today within the style of a 50’s melodrama. Loved it
A mid-life crisis movie for twenty-something’s. Finding life moves faster than ever expected, even with so much ahead, Nishi feels like so much has already been wasted. With the imminent possibility of death he reflects on his passivity and decides to live life to the fullest, only to be completely separated from everything that makes life—life.
Through this added and excruciatingly physical separation from society, learning only through radio—watching life but not experiencing it—the push towards the enjoyment and appreciation…