Long, Lointain (Baskaru). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Talking with Sienna DeGovia , vocalist/bassist for The Randies , is like chatting with a friend, as Jen Cray found out recently.
Master of surrealist literature, Haruki Murakami, gets his first silver screen treatment. Aaron Shaul lets you in on why it’s a gem.
Master cinematographer Christopher Doyle collaborates with upcoming Thai filmmaker Pen-ek Ratanauang for the first time on Last Life in the Universe. Aaron Shaul thinks it might be the best film he’s seen so far this year.
Director Kiyoshi Kurosawa new film about working class alienation and jellyfish mutation in Tokyo is called Bright Future. Aaron Shaul readily acknowledges it as a winning combination.
Soundtrack (Emperor Norton). Review by Aaron Shaul.
Our man in Japan, Steve Stav, deciphers the new Bill Murray film, Lost In Translation, and dons his best cape for a sneek peek at Underworld. Also ,- reviews of DVDs fresh on the shelf this week.
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