A slow-burning epic chronicling the emotional journey of four thirty something women in the misty seaside city of Kobe.A slow-burning epic chronicling the emotional journey of four thirty something women in the misty seaside city of Kobe.A slow-burning epic chronicling the emotional journey of four thirty something women in the misty seaside city of Kobe.
Four women. All in their 30s. Three married, one divorcee. They are able to tell each other anything. Or at least they thought. One day, after losing in divorce court, one of them gives up on a future with their partner and disappears. The three remaining women take a second look at their lives. The long night is full of questions. 'Are you really the you you wanted to be?'
Would recommend if you literally have nothing to do after having done nothing and are bored with having done zilch
Don't get me wrong, the plot was straightforward, but the way it was directed was very obvious. The fact that the way it was presented was so see-through had just left me dissatisfied. The designer hate made no attempt to make the scenes of hating look justified realistically speaking. It was given a modern look of women bereft of sanity and sense, but just didn't explain the plot's background. "Three guys broken is not enough." The photography wasn't what I expected. In other movies of this nature, "someone hated fights back", photography should show the significant change from the beginning to the end, but in this film, I couldn't see a difference in character growth besides what is so obviously expected to happen. Sometimes what I really like to see is the attention to detail but I couldn't see any. Besides this, when they are discussing about if the idea of the movie was any good, the guy (I don't remember his name) said I want to talk but to whom? She is pouring tea on their heads. That for some reason didn't make me really laugh or feel whatever was intended to feel. And the constant "joke, sadness, joke, sadness" was just sad and not what I expect of a film. It may have worked the first time it was used in a movie, but it's been so overly used that it just gets really stale. Lastly, the fact that everything was predictable left me disappointed.
- Dec 28, 2021
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