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JAPAN CUTS Review: Shinya Tsukamoto's KILLING Cuts Deep Into The Existential And Horrific | Film Combat Syndicate
Shinya Tsukamoto’s latest film takes a toll on the senses with Killing, a chilling eight-minute chanbara drama that suitably provides a template on which the multi-hat wearing filmmaker gets to exhibit the more visionary ends of his craft. The story and setting are encompassed by a foreboding undertone in Killing in which we engage the …
Lee B. Golden III