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Rabu & Pîsu (2015)

Bullied and diminished by his fellow employees, demure and bashful Ryoichi Suzuki finds support in an unusual friendship with a turtle. Together they will share many adventures and finally conquer the world.

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In the summer of 2015 in Tokyo, Ryoichi dreamed of becoming a punk rocker when he was younger, but became a timid salary-man at a musical instrument parts company. He has feelings for Kumiko Aso, but he can't tell her how he feels. One day, he has a fateful meeting with a turtle on the rooftop of a department store. He names the turtle Pikadon and he adores it, but his co-workers laugh at him. Ryoichi throws Pikadon into the toilet. He regrets what he did. The turtle though goes through sewerage and meets an old man who lives in the underground. Something then happens. Written by Swapnil

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Kaiju, is the Japanese word for "strange beast/creature", and it defines a specific film genre that features mutated monsters of all kinds, usually wreaking havoc to a town or a big Japanese city. A Daikaiju (giant monster), first appeared in film in the form of Godzilla in the 1954 homonymous film. See more »

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Sion Sono's Versatility on Display!
22 October 2015 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

Caught "Love and Peace" at the Toronto After Dark Film Festival as a double bill with his new "Tag", and what really clobbered everyone over the head was how versatile Sion Sono is. From surreal guts and gore in "Tag" to "Love and Peace", a heartwarming fantasy flick that really is fit for the entire family. The entire film feels like a labour of love, as if Sono is – working within a constrained budget – using everything he's got, every trick of the trade, to maximize what he's working with. I looked over a few times and the entire audience had big bubbly smiles from the first frame to the credits. And that's no small feat in a theatre full of jaded horror fanatics. Highly recommended for, well, everyone, old and young!


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