湯本香樹実原作 黒沢清監督作品 岸辺の旅について Original work by Kazumi Yumoto, directed by Kiyoshi Kurosawa, about Journey to the Shore 


Hello. This movie is also one of the movies I've watched many times. Kiyoshi Kurosawa's movie changes considerably depending on the times, but this movie feels like Godard to Spielberg in terms of video. The camera is placed at a natural distance from the character without using long shots of pulls or long turns as much as possible. There is no strange production. So it's a very quiet and gentle movie. The transition of Shintaro Sakamoto's music in the Yurayura Empire and Kiyoshi Kurosawa's movie are very similar. In the early days, radical and violent things are made, and when it is completed in the middle of the period, it becomes a style that encompasses something calm but ferocious in the second half. It's interesting. When I was reading the impressions of this movie on the Internet, there were many things that made me happy that everyone understood well. In this movie, the dead and the living are shown without distinction. The world of the equinox and this shore that Kiyoshi Kurosawa had been trial and error in his previous work, the motif of the translucent curtain and the directing of light and darkness in a long time are also used in this movie, but as soon as it is for fear, but only in the story It's sublimated to an inevitable thing. What was interesting for me personally was that there were three scenes where the main character Mizuki (Eri Fukatsu) was ignored. I wrote "ignoring it", but it's closer to say that the words have not arrived to be precise. Yusuke (Tadanobu Asano) and the newspaper shop Shimakage (Masao Komatsu) can communicate with each other who are dead, but sometimes the conversation doesn't arrive so that Mizuki, who is alive, can't communicate with her cell phone. Also, this was mentioned in other people's impressions, but until now Kiyoshi Kurosawa had erased humans on the screen ("Circuit" (2001), but in this movie, humans disappear when the cut changes.

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Lens Flare can also be seen in this movie. What kind of production is this? " It is also used in spy's wife (2020), but it is interpreted that the event itself functions as some kind of metaphor in the movie, probably because there is a strong light source that causes lens flare. Also, it was interesting that the play companion was a classic classic, and it was surprisingly used. I'm taking pictures so that I can taste the meaning of the lines carefully, such as scenes at the hospital with Tomoko Matsuzaki (Yu Aoi) and the scenes of Yusuke's class.