In 1989 Tokyo, Lucy Fly, an enigmatic expat haunted by a painful past, enters into an intense relationship with Teiji, a handsome yet similarly troubled local photographer. Lucy's imperturbable exterior begins to crack when a naive newcomer, Lily Bridges, becomes entangled in their lives and ends up missing - suspected dead.
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In a Nov. 2019 interview with Harper's Bizarre, Alicia Vikander said she has no problem with onscreen nudity, but she told the production crew on Earthquake Bird and her other films that she will only allow one take during sex scenes so she isn't laying around nude in front of them for hours at a time. "I'm lucky to say that all of my sex scenes throughout my career have been nothing but technical. I probably did my first sex scene at 20 and it's always been technical, as it should be; it should never be anything but technical. I tell the crew it's a one-taker. That way, everybody on set is on point, because you have to get it done in one take. Like a dancer, we [choreographed it] the same way. I think that's the way to do it because then everyone feels comfortable and then hopefully, although it is super strange and uncomfortable, a little magic comes through a lens and people will be convinced." See more
When Teiji takes the two photos out of the drying plate they are face up. They would be face down in reality, the face of the photos in contact with the steel plate which glazes them as they dry. See more
[having just met
Just trying to make conversation.
Because that's what normal people do.
But you are not normal.
Neither are you.
So let's not pretend to be.
I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)
Written by Shannon Rubicam
and George Merrill
Performed by Studio Musicians and Riley Keough
and Kiki Sukezane
Courtesy of Glucose Records
By arrangement with Covered Records, Inc. See more