Tokyo Fist – When Rage and Obsession Collide (Analysis/Video Essay)

  The films of Shinya Tsukamoto are among the most intense and frantic, yet simultaneously avant-garde and exhilarating films ever put to celluloid, and Tokyo Fist is where he ultimately brings his kinetic style altogether. It drifts into excessive violence with an artistic direction that shows you a vision of Tokyo that captures a feeling of loneliness and hopelessness, and the main characters’ obsession and their rage swallow them up as a result. I’m a member of Team Night Saturn, so feel free to check me out there as well.… Letterboxd: Twitter: Instagram:   #TokyoFist #ShinyaTsukamoto #filmanalysis #videoessay #japanesecinema #arthousecinema

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Behind the Scenes look

Thought i would share a little behind the scenes picture, after about 3 hours of work, the video part is done, now i need a thumbnail and then were good to go. The file consists of about 60 cuts, 33 video files, 14 Sound files. It would be worth it, if my mic would work, but could only record thru the computer mic, so it is a bit bad.

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