On Generation and Corruption

Japan, 2017 (MIFF 2017, Short Films)

Director: Makino Takashi

Filmmaker Makino Takashi (Still in Cosmos, MIFF 2010) and musician Jim O'Rourke team up once more to present a symphony of radically abstracted images of Tokyo that plays on a cinematic canvas contrasting between light and dark.

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