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Dir.: Kiyoshi Kurosawa
W.: Atsuko Maeda, Shôta Sometani, Ryô Kase |
A young television host named Yoko is sent to Uzbekistan with a small crew to shoot an episode of a travel show. Despite her smiling on-camera persona, Yoko struggles to overcome her feelings of displacement and insecurity as the problem-laden shoot becomes increasingly difficult. To the Ends of the Earth is an unconventional, beautiful, and contemplative road movie, full of surprising and unexpected twists that, as in most of masterful Kiyoshi Kurosawa’s work, offers a somber look at the Japanese psyche. (120 min., Jap. & Kazakh, Heb. subt.)
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