A Nipponese boy from a broken home tries to overcome all the violence and hardship in his life in "Himizu," the latest pic from prolific scribe-helmer Sion Sono ("Cold Fish," "Suicide Club").
It's the second year that controversial Japanese helmer Sion Sono has had a film debut at Venice. But this year's "Himizu," screening in competition today, has a rather different tone than last…
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