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    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

  • Berlinale --2018-- Filmax Lands Sales On

    Filmax International Boards 'Elcano and Magellan'

    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

  • Sales Agent Latido, Portugal's RTP Board

    Berlinale: Sales Agent Latido, Portuguese Broadcaster RTP Board Series ‘South' (EXCLUSIVE)

    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

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    First Look: Hostage Drama 'Saturday Afternoon' by Bangladesh's Mostofa Sarwar Farooki (EXCLUSIVE)

    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

  • Costume Designers Guild Awards: 2018 Winners

    'I, Tonya,' 'The Shape of Water' Win at 2018 Costume Designers Guild Awards

    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

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    Oscar Recognition for Women Showing 'Little Progress,' Report Finds

    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

  • Berlinale -- 2018 -- Viaplay Boards

    Berlin: Viaplay Boards ‘Tomb Raider’ Roar Uthaug's ‘Fury’ (EXCLUSIVE)

    A quasi-scientific fantasy in which two lovers enter each other’s subconscious to confront their joint childhood trauma, “Real” is Kiyoshi Kurosawa at his least disturbing or mesmerizing. Although the aesthetics retain the Nipponese horror maestro’s trademark haunting quality, the yarn’s U-turn from psycho-horror to hokey childlike fable is unexpected and disappointing. As the plot drifts […]

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