As an amateur film lover, my knowledge of Japanese cinema has been by a handful of Kurasawa pictures and various Kaiju smash-em-ups. I have always accepted that I exist in a sphere of naiveté when it comes to foreign films, a trait that I am eager to shed with this project. From 1949, Late Spring […]Read more "Late Spring"
I have just finished watching Shoah by Claude Lanzmann, a 550-minute documentary film about the Holocaust. I cannot imagine what words I can say about the film. How do you comment on the cinematography when the subject matter is so bleak? It was a very well-made documentary and I can see why Sight & Sound […]Read more "Shoah"