Tagged: mood: casual

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Yu Aoi – Uso.

Presented in a Yu-Aoi-faced hardcover book of six pop-up art pieces, Uso. — or Lie. — is just a simple pop-up book that highlights the team behind the project, instead of the idol.

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Time of Eve

Eve no Jikan tells the story of the fictional future of Japan, in which human-looking robots with top-notch artificial intelligence will be common place. Thus, an Ethics Committee has been established to make the distinctions between humans and robots more noticeable.

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Hotel Atlantico

Hotel Atlantico tells the story of an actor – referred to as The Artist – who finds himself without a job. He decides to embark on an aimless adventure, where he meets people and gets himself in unexpected, and even absurd, situations.

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Yuma, La

La Yuma tells the story of a girl from the poor neighborhoods of Managua, Nicaragua, who wants to become a professional boxer. As she deals with her possible love life, as well as her family life with her younger siblings, she finally gets the chance to train under renown boxing trainer Polvorita.

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Jónsi – Go

Melodic post-rock band Sigur Rós vocalist Jónsi releases his solo debut. Go starts off full of energy to finally tell the story of a life well-lived. Perfection.

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Jay Chou – The Era

Zhonguo Feng idol Jay Chou is back with The Era, as he tries to make it as an actor, producer and director. It seems like Chou is somewhat stuck in a place creatively.

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Haruki Murakami – Norwegian Wood (Tokio Blues)

Norwegian Wood (or Tokio Blues, in Spanish) tells the non-chronological story of Watanabe Toru, who remembers Naoko, the girlfriend of his best friend in high school, who ended up killing himself. It deals with the aftermath of the suicide and their lives pre- and post-suicide.

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New York, I Love You

Following the steps of Paris Je t’Aime, here comes the second installment of what seems to be a series of a cities anthologies by the hand of various directors around the world.