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Los Feliz 3 | Seijun Suzuki: An American Cinematheque Tribute
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Groomed by the editor of a golf fashion magazine, professional model Reiko turns out to be a natural golf talent and becomes the object of a deranged fan’s obsession. Non-contiguous edits, unhinged shot composition, and violent splashes of color mark Suzuki’s return to the director’s chair after a decade away.
DISTRIBUTOR: The Japan Foundation
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