There wouldn’t really be a need for a summary: any film by Sion Sono is worth it, regardless of its plot. And even if it means a change of register, from exuberance to lo-fi science fiction. Sono uses a soft black and white to tinge the story of a female android who works delivering packages to different humans scattered across the galaxy. Meanwhile, the humanoid narrates her robotic vicissitudes in an audio diary.
Poet and founder of the Tokyo Ga Ga Ga artistic project, he debuted with Bicycle Sighs in 1990. He’s one of the most radical directors on the contemporary scene for films like Suicide Club (02), Love Exposure (08) and Guilty of Romance (11).
WithMegumi Kagurazaka, Kenji Endo
Edition: 2016 Section: Noves Visions - Especials Original language: