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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Anthony De Luca's rating of the film The Snow Flurry

    Kinoshita paints the Japanese countryside as a beautiful, stark wasteland. With the muted browns of the empty fields and the imposing black mountains surrounding in the distance, you'd be forgiven for thinking this was some cold, distant, alien planet. There's terrific use of editing. Scenes overlap and repeat and in an eye-twitch jump cut from past to present and back again. This film demands your full attention.

  2. Samuel T.'s rating of the film The Snow Flurry

    Utter misery in the name of tradition. A beautiful, weeping sorrow that flutters away like a drifting dandelion seed.