Japan Cuts 2014 Serves Up An Eclectic, Enticing Slate

Partnered as always with your NYC go-to for summer movie madness, the New York Asian Film Festival, Japan Cuts' full lineup of fresh or rare Japanese films is, on its own, always something to talk about, and never something to miss. So thank the gods the 2014 edition, happening at Japan Society, July 10-20, is looking mighty robust. While such 2013 Festival stalwarts, like Sono Sion's Why Don't You Play In Hell, finally get their NYC premieres, its the inclusion of work new to these shores that is getting my head to turn. Of note: the world premiere of 0.5mm, which stars Love Exposure's Ando Sakura as an at-home elder care worker.  Ando Momoko's film is being touted as a comedy. And yes, star and...

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