Exposure

Love Exposure (Ai No Mukidashi) (2009)

Love Exposure (Ai No Mukidashi) first published by Film4 Summary: Sion Sono’s Berlinale-winner is a Bible-length blend of the pious and the perverse that puts the rites back into teen rites of passage.  Review: “Even a pervert has a life history,” declares epicene 17-year-old Yu Honda (Takahiro Nishijima) to fellow pupil – and girl of his dreams…

Deaths

Little Deaths (2011)

Review first published by CineTalk In the wake of the Credit Crunch when cash is in relatively short supply, if you are an independent genre filmmaker who hopes to advertise your wares to the market in the hope of attracting investment for your future full-length projects, one of the best approaches is to contribute a…

Flesh

We Are The Flesh (2016)

When we go to the cinema, we are returning to the womb. There we sit waiting in the cavernous dark, awash in sensory stimuli and mythic archetypes – and even if there are others, either located alongside us or flickering on the screen, nonetheless we remain essentially alone, relating to them only through the internal…