Tout est singulier dans Shara et cette camera qui poursuit à travers les petites rue de Nara les adolescents qui se séduisent,ceux qui se fuient et ceux qui disparaissent nous ensorcelle. Le film se termine sur une évocation trop personnelle comme un aveux mystique. Une vie qui voudrait passer à travers la réalité et qui cherche à la reinventer pour mieux supporter l'absence... de qui ?
Amazing film for keen viewers who can observe the camera's perspective, love contemplative cinema discussing life and death, and accept women to be as important as men or even more. Director -writer Naomi Kawase is Japan's Terrence Malick. My detailed review is at moviessansfrontiers.blogspot.in/2017/06/207-japanese-director-naomi-kawases.html
In the closing moments you forget what something is and remember what everything feels like in those closing moments I could not conjure my own name from an echo I am time and space, the camera in orbit, capturing me, distance is enveloped. I see only the film only a light that stands for darkness, as it was the film lingers but I see it now for true, I remember who I am where I've been and everything becomes anew.
One of those films that's going to haunt me for a long time. Not sure why the characters were as relatable to me as they were, I was lost so much in that communities world, I was almost in a trance. The ending was like leaving a second family/home that I will never see again.
un film che per molti versi sorprendente. Bella regia "spiritica". la telecamera, grazie all'uso di lunghi piani sequenza, da l'impressione di una presenza concreta e invisibile all'interno della scena che spia i personaggi della vicenda (la qual cosa è esplicitata nel finale). Funzionale la scelta dell'assenza di una colonna sonora (anche se fa capolino nella lunghissima e magnifica scena del ballo).