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Three visionary directors (Michel Gondry, Leos Carax and Bong Joon-ho) and my favorite city. This has got to be good.

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This Christmas, watch out for The Spirit. Directed by Frank Miller this movie is going to be a blast. The HD trailer can be found here.

Brilliant film about the wonderfully talented but tragically short lived life of the lead singer of Joy Division, Ian Curtis. Directed by Anton Corbijn, this evocative biopic was beautifully shot in black and white. There is even a photobook where you can be mesmerized by the amazing cinematography of this film of a tragic genius.

Upcoming film release directed by famous Japanese auteur Takashi Miike about some samurai cowboy featuring Quentin Tarantino. With Miike on the helm surely you would know what is about to come. This movie is going to be pumping your adrenaline with it’s surreal kinetic action. There will be blood if you get what I mean. Watch the HD trailer over here.




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  • Scenes from an imaginary movie: on the bullet-train to Kyoto April 22, 2018
    I’m always reminded of Jim Morrison and what he once asked, in the lyrics of a song: “Have you had a good life, enough to base a movie on?”  For me life is very much like a movie. Not because … Continue reading → The post Scenes from an imaginary movie: on the bullet-train to Kyoto appeared first on Photographer in Tokyo, Japan.

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