Filmmaker based in Tokyo.
A fine thriller with strong visual flair. My only complaint is that the mystery never ramps up after the first 20 minutes. From there on out you’d expect more twists as suspicion shifts from person to person, but in true giallo fashion, it’s more about the number of bodies and the way they’re killed that defines the majority of this film.
Prep time: 13 years
Cooking time: 4.5 hours
- 3/4 script of the philosophical ramblings of Terence Malick and Andrei Tarkovsky (be sure to mix up before serving)
- A scattered retelling of random bits from the Bible
- The wardrobe from David Lynch's Dune (add Native American flourish to taste)
- A cast of theatre actors (make sure to tell them to dial it up to "11")
- The monsters from Star Trek TOS (Just…
I really appreciate the effort to push the boundaries of film with this series, but I can’t help but wonder what makes this particular story need to be a film?
There are visuals to go along with the audio but this could have easily been a podcast. I also feel like the length of each episode severely restricts the quality of each narrative. In the span of about 15 minutes we meet a cast of characters and are witness to…