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It’s Me Here, Bellett


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  • I especially liked the melancholy second episode, a proto-Wong Kar-Wai mood piece that does its best to romanticize the act of dozing off in a passenger seat. Ôshima, best known in this country for films like In The Realm Of The Senses and Merry Christmas, Mr. Lawrence, had a remarkable creative run in the 1960s, and he really shows off his eye for unusual widescreen composition in this project, filling a commercial assignment with extreme angles and pointedly empty spaces.