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I May Destroy You
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The selfish gene is responsible for the mother love... but if her son is taken away from her, she will never be able to recognize her own genes on her son... Thus, she will never be able to love him. Therefore, it is necessary to raise your own son to able to recognize him... So, what matters is who raises... and then he becomes your lovable son. Moreover, when you are able to identify the power of this love and, most of all, the horrible consequences of not having this love, then you find the real unconditional love... when you are able to help it, and obviously in the most altruistic manner is when you save a child from not being motherless. Bruce Willis was very smart choosing this movie.
A very mild version of Tarantino... nothing comparable to his past production but always very good to remember the atrocities of the slavery.
"Based on the true story of four children abandoned by their mother in a small Tokyo apartment, Hirokazu Kore-edaâ(TM)s fourth film is at once harrowing and tender, an urban horror story with overtones of fairy tale. Restricting himself to the childrenâ(TM)s point of view, the director creates an almost unbearable sense of dread in the audience; you canâ(TM)t help but suspect that, at every moment, something terrible is about to happen. But at the same time, because the children themselves do not perceive the full terribleness of their situation, the terror is mitigated by a sense of wonder and adventure. The keys to this meticulous and deeply humane film are Mr. Kore-edaâ(TM)s deft camera sense and the remarkable performance of 12-year-old Yuya Yagira as Akira, the oldest of the four siblings, who must somehow preserve his own innocence while protecting his more vulnerable brother and sisters." (A. O. SCOTT)
It is revolting but necessary!
It is a romantic comedy about a very sensitive topic for those who care about the life of a maid. It is a fantasy.