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A feast for your eyes while your brain starves for a good storyline. Disappointing.
Three different but compelling stories and visions set in Tokyo which border on the surreal and outright bizarre, but not so weird to leave you totally confused. My favorite was the third piece (Shaking Tokyo) by Joon-ho Bong, followed closely by the first piece (Interior Design) by Michel Gondry. I was particularly intrigued and touched by the hikikomori main character in Shaking Tokyo. Ayako Fujitani is great in Michel Gondry's piece.
The middle piece (Merde) by Leos Carax is appropriately named (Merde is French for "shit"); it begins with a highly entertaining opening scene and goes downhill from there.
So many classic moments in this one, but the cabin scene takes the cake!
I received a screener of this film and invited a motley crew over for dinner and a gay Korean drama movie night.
Had no expectations going into see this since this was a Yoshi movie night pick. I can't say I was bored, but I was left unfulfilled at the end. A couple of cool fight scenes, but nothing really spectacular. Charlize, as always, was hot. *sizzle*