Pastoral Hide and Seek

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A boy's coming-of-age tale helps a director re-create a memory.

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  • Jul 10, 2011
    Autobiographical, poetic, analytical, cathartic, honest and masterfully uneven. Terayama is highly influenced by Fellini's take on the disturbed mind of earthly circumstances and adresses it with Jodorowskian surreal elements. This strange hybrid, though, deepens quite enough into the realm of the psyche; it is a neverending speening wheel of philosophy, epiphanies and forbidden passions, an inevitable and prolongued soliloquy to come to terms with oneself's existence which, in the end, provokes nothing more than accepting the surrounding reality, a concept geniously represented by the torn-down walls in the end. 100/100
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  • Apr 25, 2011
    Japanese director makes a film about himself and his adolescence. At least I think so. It's something about a boy with a white face and his mum and a circus and a bunch of old women with eye-patches and an inflatable fat lady and well, you get the picture. If there's a line from mainstream film through to oddball and onto surreal, this is at the weird end. I think I'm better with oddball. <img src="http://25.media.tumblr.com/tumblr_l2ppkzSrdV1qbkkgwo1_500.png">
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