Inugami (2001)

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Inugami (2001). 1h 46m | K-15

“A mini-festival spared me the bother of buying this, and gave the opportunity of seeing it on a large screen. u0026quot;Inugamiu0026quot; opens with an aerial shot of a two-lane following the low winding juncture of two lushly forested mountains. Itu0026#39;s the kind of landscape that inspires Hayao Miyazaki. At the end of the line, find a small, insular, modern-day village, on whose outskirts a not-old old-maid follows generations-old traditions making very fine paper.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eOur out-of-town protagonist falls in love with the paper-maker. Small town tensions, based both in the present and in the past, simmer, boil, explode.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eNot great, but worth seeing for the scenery and paper-making alone. Putu0026#39;s me in mind of Mitsuo Yanagimachiu0026#39;s 1985 u0026quot;Himatsuri.u0026quot;”


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