Yoshida's My Little Sweet Pea (Mugiko san to)  is definitely the next film I'm going to watch.
The movie initially lost me at the first parts when the introductory love triangle was being introduced
The title being shown in the middle of the movie with a background music that suits my taste
The one thing the film shows pretty well, but spoils the purity of it with random plot maneuvers, is that youthful thing of friendships which are as mean spirited as they are forgiving.
I going to try and blurb a film every day this month.
I thought the film also had some nice photography and sets. I can't remember now if it was where the girls lived or where the jock-boy lived, but the area seemed like a giant, blocks long tree fort. The slummy areas had a nouveau-chic to them.
The Whispering Star Hiso hiso boshi (2015) (Sion Sono) This ponderously meditative sci-fi will certainly divide viewers into âloveâ and âhate' camps, with not many remaining in the middle ground Thereâs undeniable beauty and strength in the striking black and white images, plus some humour to be found in the quirkily retro set designs and the all-too-human frailties of the few AI characters that populate them, but all Sonoâs trademark craziness is muted to a whisper (both figuratively, and quite literally - nobody speaks above 30 decibels). This takes the idea of slow cinema to extremes - it was only 100 minutes, but man did those 100 minutes seem to take forever.
A notoriously shrewish TV drama writer and a Korean wave star who fight like cats and dogs every time they meet; a spinster flight attendant landlady and a nosy chef tenant who build a sense of camaraderie; a genius relationship-virgin composer who harbors a secret admiration for a scatterbrained producer. As they crash-land into each otherâs lives, will there be love?
only in a krom-kom will you have an uncomfortable first-meet where the guy buckles over and says he has to take a dump ... and the girl invites him in to stink up her apartment ... like it's an everyday thing.
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