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How’s the winner of the Oscar for International film

How's the winner of the Oscar for International film

inspired as not based on the short story of Haruki Murakami of the same title, drive my carBy Ryusuke Hamaguchi and recent winner of the Oscar for Best International Film, the nearly three-hour-long story is an intimate story that never feels like an intimate film about art, love, creation, and mysteries.

Yusuke (Hidetoshi Nishijima) had a unique relationship with his wife, Otto (Rika Kirishima). Both actors, she was a successful TV writer, she was a noted actor and theater director, women whispered ideas for stories in which sexuality was the raw material, while they were in bed. There is even a story – a teenager enters the home of a young man she is obsessed with – that will later be encroached upon, impacting the film’s development.

Secrets that everyone may or may not hide – from their partner; For others- nests in the film’s plot, because what causes the director to hire the lover of his wife, who died two years earlier, the actor was unaware that whoever would direct him would be involved in their relationship. knew about Star in your next staging at a festival in Hiroshima?

Hidetoshi Nishijima is an actor and theater director, and his driver in Hiroshima is actress Toko Miura.  MUBI photo

Hidetoshi Nishijima is an actor and theater director, and his driver in Hiroshima is actress Toko Miura. MUBI photo

choice of Uncle Vanyathe hero of that job with everything Chekhov The burden on his shoulders, including remorse for what he didn’t do, the opportunities he missed, runs parallel to what transcends the soul, Yusuke’s heart.

relationships and conflicts

The film follows Yusuke into his relationship with the two characters. Because of that confrontation – or not – that Yosuke has with Koji (Masaki Okada), the youngest actor, Sundar and his wife’s ex-boyfriend, is linked with the driver assigned to the director in Hiroshima. Is.

The film, which lasted for about three hours, is structured in two parts.  It has already won 72 international awards.  MUBI photo

The film, which lasted for about three hours, is structured in two parts. It has already won 72 international awards. MUBI photo

Misaki (Toko Miura) also has a past she’d prefer not to talk about—in fact, she’s much less talkative—but it’s those trips between the faraway houses where rehearsals are made, and the always patient waiting. So does the driver, where Yusuke looks for a place to put his sorrows aside.

Misaki is the main female character, and it is with her that Yusuke shares the wounds and scars that life has left him.

The film is structured in two parts, the first narrates the emotional relationship between Yusuke and Otto, the second based on the spirit of developing the rest of the story, after a two-year time leap.

Koji (Masaki Okada), who was the lover of Yusuke's wife (Hidetoshi Nishijima).  The film was also seen and will be seen in TSM's Saala Lugones.

Koji (Masaki Okada), who was the lover of Yusuke’s wife (Hidetoshi Nishijima). The film was also seen and will be seen in TSM’s Saala Lugones.

drive my car It’s a nostalgic film, but never too dense. How the implications of rehearsals and drama are inserted into the film, and how the story of the lovers – a recurring theme wheel of fortune and imaginationThe director’s last film, and released in Argentine cinemas last Thursday—convergence speaks of a moving glory.

This is added to the performances, measures, never exaggerated, even in moments of extreme intensity, in a film of immense emotional depth.

“drive my car”

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Drama, Japan, 2021. original title: doraibu new ka, 179′, Sam 13. From: Ryusuke Hamaguchi. with: Hidetoshi Nishijima, Toko Miura, Masaki Okada, Rika Kirishima. available in: Mubi. It will be performed on Saturday 9 and 16 and Sunday 10 and 17 April at the Lugons Hall of the San Martín Theatre.,

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