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About love and expectations. Fiction as cure. And a strange story in the Ken'ichi Fujiwara filmography. Romance and ingenuity and slice of fairy tale. The Charming Prince and Cinderella in the frame of Great Crisis. A film about magic of pictures and fragility of art. About a happy Madame Bovary and cold face of a Zombie. A film as a waltz. And touching lesson about ambiguity of reality. In same time, a homage for cinema and occasion for Rekka to create a delicate character. A film like a flower in spring rain. Nice, melancholic and full of hope grains. Touching and subtle as good french perfume. A masterpiece. For soul and moments of bloodletting.
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