when the typhoon blows off its cocoon, the butterfly embraces the sun.
YAN ANG GOOD SHIT
Watched this with my best friend just this morning and I love how absolutely masterful this is... underneath all the chaos and oversaturation lies so much technique put into this lovely film. We've both been looking forward to watching this for a while now and by the end of it, we were both in tears and out of words.
It was everything but it wasn't everywhere, it had focus and treaded along the boundaries of the…
Two different forms of media aren't supposed to be compared, but as someone who's read and enjoyed the manga written by a woman, Chin Nakamura, it's disappointing how this film was adapted (by a male director known for creating pink films) for the screen. Unlike the manga that places the reader immediately in the heat of the situation, the pace of the film is abrupt. Starting with a graphic murder but transitioning into a light, coming-of-age type mood. I can't…