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Bloody pro-feminist introspection of action and fantasy, in this new free adaptation of Sion Sono from the novel Riaru onigokko by Yusuke Yamada. So popular among Japanese youth that there has been a manga to a television series Riaru onigokko: The Origin (2013) and five films: The Chasing World, the first two directed by Issei Shibata in 2008 and 2010 and the other 3 by Mari Asato in 2012. It is precisely Sono’s contribution that essay on women in Japanese society, coerced by a male figure. Recall today, Japan is one of the first world countries with a greater inequality in the male-female role, in all aspects, a tendency supported from the cultural point of view as a government at the hands of the conservatism of the liberal Democratic Party.
With just a few minutes to start, Tag introduces us to the rabbit hole of the young and sweet Mitsuko, when one day, like any other, all her classmates are killed by the wind. Windstorms sharpened in such a way that they can split a bus in two, the trees or the bodies of the schoolgirls. Nightmare or reality? Being the only survivor Mitsuko flees from the scene capsizing in what seems to be, now his life. Has everything been a dream? Just begin to enjoy what reality believed when the roulette of destiny again spinning dragging it to another life, time and space where the only constant is madness and death in its most violent and bloody version. However every fall has an impact as there is always a light at the end of the tunnel, the outcome of this fateful game is inevitable. Cheerful, daring and exaggerated march directed his footage with the transfiguration of Mitsuko in Keiko and Izumi. A destitute that as it takes to shape your objectives revealing your message.
I can leave you a bit. indifferent the final result, Sono tries so hard that there are no double readings (unfortunately), but it is a nice vision, with fantastic scenes. Of an acceptable technical bill, making almost all the deaths something to enjoy, and a characterization of characters. About music, it reminded me so much of a series! that bothered me a bit because I can not remember which.