Resistance of Lost-War Boy


One of Japan’s most well-known film directors Nobuhiko Obayashi visited New York City’s Japan Society to attend the largest retrospective of his films ever presented in the United States. His first feature, the 1977 horror film “House”, is probably his most popular in America, but the ripples of recent international affairs have now exposed the potentiality of his lesser-known innovative works, such as “Bound For the Fields, the Mountains and the Seacoast”, “Haruka, Nostalgia” and “Beijing Watermelon.” As the world tips towards chaos because of tensions in the East and terrorism in the West, director Obayashi’s philosophy of entrusting in film and his experiences after the war that changed his life allow us to deeply meditate on how we can live from now on. Read more...

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