What I’ve been watching
1. Un Flic (Jean-Pierre Melville, 1972)
- Full Review Here.
2. An Inn at Osaka ‘大阪の宿’ (Heinosuke Gosho, 1954)
- Deeply sad and melancholic of the disappointment in the post-war Japan, Osaka is the portal for the macroscopic view of the social structure where unemployment and poverty are a norm among the lower class, while the inn is the site for microscopic scrutiny on human relationship and indifference. 458 more words