A dive into the imagination and the stories of a distant period in one of the oldest cities in Japan. A fantastic environment where humans and yokai coexist (if you don't know what they are, follow our article here on the site to get to know them better) weaving a story that certainly won't disappoint you.
From the pen of Agatha Christie's the Japanese transposition of one of her most famous novels that has found more transpositions on the big screen. We see this Japanese adaptation of the work, with great actors and investigative paths that make it really interesting. For those who don't know Agatha Christie's, and I hope there are few of you, she was a great she was a British writer and playwright with several works focused on the yellow / investigative strand to her credit.
There are films that are enjoyed again and every time they bring back emotions and deep thoughts, this is one of them. A film that starts from great desperation and ends with hope and awareness that there may be more. Enjoy the Trailer at the end of the article.
The film is not one that cries out for a masterpiece, certainly there is better (and even worse) but it is a film that does what a genre like this has to do, make you think, empathize and follow the events to the end .
There are movies you watch to pass the time, because you find them interesting after reading the plot, the characters they play and then these...... absurd, useless but which make you laugh and not think about anything. This is the movie.
Released in 2021, Jigoku no Hanazono or Hell's Garden, directed by director Seki Kazuaki, has an absurd plot, one of these films that if they told you about it you would not watch, but once you start, it amuses you so much that you drop everything and do as you used to do, watch a movie because it makes you have fun and have a good time (now it's analyzing everything down to the color of the hair).
A funny Japanese comedy starring the beautiful Mirei Kiritani and Nobuyuki Suzuki on the intertwining of love and politics, how to take revenge on the ex who badly dumped you, and the strength of a girl. Released in December 2017 and directed by Koichiro Miki, this comedy is based on the novel "Revenge Girl" by Erika Yoshida and Tomohide Kiyoshi (first published in autumn 2017 by Kadokawa).
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