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Tokyo! (2008) Movie Information

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Joon-ho Bong, Leos Carax, Michel Gondry


Ayako Fujitani
Denis Lavant
Jean-François Balmer
Ryo Kase
Teruyuki Kagawa
Nao Omori





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Chris Kavan 06/27/2010 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

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An impressive display by three talented directors. Sometimes surreal, sometimes humorous, always entertaining - whether exploring isolation, madness or urban purpose these stories will leave an impression and make you think too.

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This Film is excellent. Each of the three shorts is unique and visionary, yet they link beautiful together through themes. Watch it!

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04/10/2009 (0 of 0 found this helpful)

Three Stories. One City. Must See.

Three short films with a common thread--Tokyo! explores the social impact of the giant megalopolis for which it is named.

Directors Michel Gondry, Leos Carax, and Joon-ho bong combine forces, contributing stories that will transform your concept of civilization.

Gondry's "Interior Design" centers on a young woman searching for her purpose in the cramped and fast-paced urbanity which envelops her.

Carax's "Merde" explores our tolerance for the grotesque, as it follows the wake of a mysterious green villian and the disaster he leaves wherever he goes.

Joon-ho's "Shaking Tokyo" depicts a hermit's relationship with his only outside human contact, a pizza delivery girl.

Combined, these three distinct stories each present us with a unique fantasy, yet all echo a common theme.


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