The protagonist is Asano who has had an amazing memory since his youth spent in Okinawa. Words have tangible shapes, tastes and colours for him. This goes so far that he is not even able to... See full summary »
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This fascinating film takes place far away from the center of our so called civilized world. After a plane crash an attractive western woman gets found by two inhabitants of the middle of nowhere, Oezbekistan to be more precise. Unlike most hollywood films would have it, the people over there DON'T speak English. As a result there's almost no dialogue in the film except for some grunts and screams. Still it manages to fascinate for one and a half hour.
In the setting of an astounding desert-like landscape the film tells the tale of a classic ménage-a-trois in very unusual circumstances. Very nice cinematography,some funny scenes an a respectful, non-exploiting view on a different way of living. In my view there's even some sharp criticism towards our society. For instance the corrupt cop who frequently visits the treesome. In an other scene they bring the woman to the city and she gets brought back raped and beaten up. Subtle although politically incorrect. Unconventional but classic. Altogether a very nice film
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