Intuitive yet primal, The Tree of Life explores the relationship between memory, nature, and time.
Tokyo Godfathers’ archetype becomes a reliable game for every character.
The tentative but experimental quality of Contempt sees what the audience doesn’t see.
Blade Runner confuses the idea that feelings indicate humanity.
Jeanne Dielman resonates above the rest, built over time through a narrative rooted in formal experience.
Apart from the social and historical determinants, one can relate that La Dolce Vita is timeless.
Hereditary is one that the audience is absorbed in, even infatuated with memory.
In many works of fiction, universalism transcends the scope of a single setting, especially in Millennium Actress.
The heights Obayashi reached in House created a creative way to open up even more exciting genres, especially horror.
The Piano Teacher’s boasting of raping the audience into autonomy shows that violence can produce a form of freedom.