Nosari: Impermanent Eternity

Nosari: Impermanent Eternity ★★★★

"This is 'illusion'."

A place that is trying to hold onto its memories of being a bustling community and its people. A mutually beneficial relationship between two strangers who are lonely and lost. The sad commercialisation of a once-thriving culture. This one sneaks up on you unawares. Kisetsu Fujiwara has a beautiful way of looking at people and seeing their whole soul and watching and listening attentively. His light playfulness and cheer give away that he is attached to these new people, places and stories of lived lives. DARLING STATUS CONFIRMED.

You haven't lived until you have seen Kisetsu Fujiwara and Grandma sip on spider soda drinks.

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