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Unformatted text preview: normally despise was the omniscient narrator, because I think that it gave the audience significantly more insight into Tony’s mind rather than just looking on as an observer. The introduction seemed to lag on for quite a while, however once it got started I was a little more intrigued. Once Tony me his fiancé, it changed the entire direction of the movie, and pulled it out of the dark and dreary rut that it had seemed to fall into. The director, Jun Ichikawa then did a complete 180 with the film when his wife crashed due to her at first seemingly harmless addiction. I think one of my favorite parts of the film was that it was kept concise and direct so that not too much time was wasted on exposition and the viewer was able to dive right in once the story started to roll....
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- Spring '09
- Psychology, solitude, tony takitani, Jun Ichikawa