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Saturday, October 04, 2008

Dolls Review

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If you're not familiar with Takeshi Kitano's films, one word of advice is approach them with the expectation of being faced with surreal themes, long artistic shots, and strange story techniques that turn the movie into a dream-like reality rather than entertainment. Dolls is definitely no different. Following themes of transgression and punishment, you follow the story of a couple who experience what it is like to lose someone. Through a close watch, you'll notice themes of sacrifice, sadness, and regret as well. Surely, not the most optomistic piece, but it's truth about love, the emotionally brutal reality that can even be witnessed in a play using dolls, is all too tragic to be ignored. 7.7/10.

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