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And those who know Sono a little understand a statement like that isn't to be taken lightly. 8: 8. Before the year was up, Sono had no less than six films on cinema screens around the world at festivals and back home in Japan. Sion Sono. No Men in sight, only women… and something unthinkable is that girls kill girls! And those who know Sono a little understand a statement like that isn't to be taken lightly. – features. Tag is one of those films where, even half an hour in, you have no idea where any of it is going. MYELIN - jihyo by Suburbansanity. Even so, I never imagined I'd ever see a film that channeled one part "The Matrix" and "Battle Royale" crossed with several parts Gregg Araki indie feature (the tender teenage romance, dreamy alternative rock soundtrack). Sion Sono: Starring: Masumi Miyazaki Issei Ishida: Music by: Sion Sono: Cinematography: Yuichiro Otsuka: Edited by: Junichi Ito: Release date. Japanese auteur Sion Sono follows up the deliriously entertaining Tokyo Tribe, with Tag, a surreal horror that combines his arthouse aesthetics with equal doses of pro-feminist action fantasy, and the kind of ultra-gory exploitation filmmaking that would make Takashi Miike and Yoshihiro Nishimura proud.

A film by Sion Sono. I went in completely blank and I urge everyone to do the same, because the less you know about Sono's latest, the better it works. Sion Sono, not one to rest on any laurels, seems to have achieved an astonishing feat with his latest meta-tation on his craft.

Directed by Sion Sono. While some critics have accused the Japanese auteur, known for his commitment to extreme cinema, of spreading himself a little too thin, I imagine that most die-hard Sono fans will find plenty to enjoy with 2015’s Tag. Manami is captured by blood thirsty trigger happy vampires, and taken to their hotel, where they keep prisoners as future meals. They are all instructed to find a partner to survive, when a … Plot. Japanese filmmaker Sono Sion made a lot of movies in 2015. 4:35.

That same year, Sion saw his name attached to no less than six – count ’em, six!

Nobody on earth makes movies quite like Sion Sono. Horror 85 Darum geht's. Japan, 2015. With Yumi Adachi, Joey Iwanaga, Izumi, Megumi Kagurazaka. ... Sony Music Entertainment (Japan) Inc. (on behalf of (P)2007 Sony Music … 恋の罪 [Guilty of Romance] (2011) 6.5/10 A less original Sion Sono film, a more conventional and confused script maybe. A film by Sion Sono.

A sudden gust of wind slices the bus in half, length-wise killing 40 girls in the blink of an eye, except Mitsuko our protagonist. Japanese auteur Sion Sono follows up the deliriously entertaining Tokyo Tribe, with Tag, a surreal horror that combines his arthouse aesthetics with equal doses of pro-feminist action fantasy, and the kind of ultra-gory exploitation filmmaking that would make Takashi Miike and Yoshihiro Nishimura proud. ... Sion Sono's TAG Review by BDG Reviews. Sion Sono has no less than 5 films lined up for 2015, of which Tag [Riaru Onigokko] is one of the weirder-looking ones. Tag is Japanese maverick director Sion Sono's third release of a scheduled six-film slate for 2015, and it will probably end up the most intriguing and innovative of the lot. Narration doesn't work perfectly, and the ending is not so great as almost always with Sion Sono, but his wife (Megumi Kagurazaka, the main actress) shines in this one, she really gives some more impact to what is going on (you'll see what I mean). A bus full of high school girls are on their way to a school trip. Search. 4:35. 108 minutes: Language: Japanese: Strange Circus 奇妙なサーカス, Kimyō na sākasu) is a 2005 Japanese horror drama film written and directed by Sion Sono.

Directed by Sion Sono.