Genuinely the most inspiring thing I’ve seen in a long time (both life-wise and creatively)
I finally understand what araki is going for! The sense of shared GENERATIONAL DREAD that araki portrays along with the sense of a personal exstistential dread comes across to me very plainly and boldly with nowhere. It’s tangible. If not materializing in my living room.
The end, especially so, is extremely emotionaly effecting. And the way the assault scenes are shot (Campbell soup need I say anything more) is technically not just creative but creative in a way which adds…