A drama of two aging women who live a solitary life collecting discarded items from a nearby town. One day they return home to find a young girl knitting a red sweater in their house... See full synopsis »

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A drama of two aging women who live a solitary life collecting discarded items from a nearby town. One day they return home to find a young girl knitting a red sweater in their house... See full synopsis »

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Strange but not a film for me....
14 June 2012 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

"Wool 100%" is an exceptionally difficult film to describe. It's about two nasty sisters who love collecting things on their daily walks. However, when they bring home some red yarn, their lives change dramatically.

"Wool 100%" could easily have been called "Weird 100%", as it's an incredibly strange and occasionally annoying film. It's the sort of thing you might expect from Japan and is about as far removed from a Hollywood sort of production as you can imagine! Usually, this would be a good thing but in this particular case, it was just too weird and too much. Now I am not saying I need for a film to be 'normal'. After all, one of my very favorite Japanese films is "Happiness of the Katakuris" and I also like such oddities as "Zebraman", "Tampopo" and "The Eel"--and all of these (especially "Happiness of the Katakuris") are odd films to say the least. However, unlike these other films I just didn't find the payoff for all the strangeness--it just went on and on and the loud screaming that occasionally pierced the film made me just want to turn it off. Not satisfying to me at all--and I wanted to like it.


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