Ritoru foresuto: Natsu/aki (2014)
Directed by: Jun’ichi Mori
Article written & edited by Bruno Passos
Based on the work of genius Mangaka Daisuke Igarashi, we are introduced to a young woman who spends her days living in the most natural and bucolic way possible. More than just being a simple ode to nature, what we see here is an aesthetic way of experiencing the world. A small and precious film, about the incredible ability that everyday life can have to move us.
Note: If you watch the movie and don’t feel like eating, don’t talk to me anymore.