Strange and surreal, Tsukamoto's 'blue movie' odyssey may prove too bizarre for some but provides a refreshingly progressive perspective on female empowerment shot through with a hearty dose of surrealism.
An overlooked addition to the world of '60s Japanese action movies, the Outlaw series is not quite a scrappy as its protagonist but puts up a cool and decent fight.
A staggeringly ambitious effort, Mountains May Depart is a moving examination on the effects small choices and the conspiracy of history can have on ordinary people's lives.
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