Akai Hashi No Shita Noo Nurui Mizu (2002)
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Critic Reviews for Akai Hashi No Shita Noo Nurui Mizu
There's much tongue in cheek in the film and there's no doubt the filmmaker is having fun with it all.
Seeing it as a Westerner is an enlightening, even liberating, experience.
Like its bizarre heroine, it irrigates our souls.
A charming, quirky and leisurely paced Scottish comedy -- except with an outrageous central gimmick that could have been a reject from Monty Python's Meaning of Life.
Imamura has said that Warm Water Under a Red Bridge is a poem to the enduring strengths of women. It may also be the best sex comedy about environmental pollution ever made.
Audience Reviews for Akai Hashi No Shita Noo Nurui Mizu
This is perhaps one of the strangest Japanese movies that I have seen but it works nonetheless. The characters are well defined and the story line turns the unbelievable into the plausible.
A serious film about some quirky, off-beat, WTF subject matter. The less you know the better!
Not the best Imamura,but it certainly takes a blow and vanquishes anyone who assumes it's just another "love story",spiced up with the delicate romance.Negative.As always that viciously talented Japanese master explains to us the simplicity in fantastic tendency for unreal.Unreal for the unimaginative ones.Yakusho is excellent in an unusual role as the man who meets his match: an orgasmic "gift".
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