Labouri’s Yandere is a proper exercise in elegance in blending the different film techniques and approaches, with nods to Japanese and French animation and retro-futurism as a concept.
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Kasia Babicz, working on her own script in this Warsaw Film School production, does her best to show rather then tell what is going on. Already scarce dialogue in the prologue completely disappears from the picture once the couple moves in together
Marie, played by Joséphine Japy with well-calibrated fragility, wants to be a chef and is proud to be the newest employee at the restaurant owned by Bruno Mercier (Phillippe Résimont), a famous Michelin-star chef
At first glance, Angelo Dorado (played by Jason Roy Léveillée), aka the Golden Angel is just a regular guy (aside his always present mask) who likes to read about Mexican wrestling scene before taking a shower to …
A man in his fifties is sitting chained to a chair at a hospital, obviously shortly after a surgical procedure. He is still connected to the infusion stand, but weakness is something else. A police detective, who has almost taken his life enters the room to conduct her interrogation.
When a mouse falls into a trap, a bunch of pious villagers have to decide how to punish the pesky freeloader in the most horrible way. They are trying hard to outdo each other with ghastly kill scenarios, as the trapped mouse can only listen to the trial helplessly from inside the box.
An old man ( Yousef Daryadel) is working as a night guard in a large industrial complex. Apart from him and his dog, there is no living soul around.
Everything looks perfectly fine in Ming’s (Qingge Gao) life until a strange incident at a stage rehearsal of a patriotic play occurs, involving lots of splashed paint.
Ghost Turd, finely subtitled A Twisted Tale From The Mind of Cheese Whiskers deals literally with what it says it does – with a ghost turd. The stinky creature is punishing dog owners who don’t clean after their pets