While angels eavesdrop discreetly in “Wings of Desire” or spoil lovers’ dates in “The Adjustment Bureau,” a celestial tea server descends to Okinawa, slurps ramen, becomes a celebrity and fights predestination with riotous gusto in the fantasy romance “Chasuke’s Journey.” Enjoying a surge of creativity since his 2009 misfire, “Kanikosen,” Nipponese helmer Sabu is in his most fun-loving element, stirring Okinawa’s magical folk art into a Capraesque yarn that flirts with ideas of fate and self-determination, but really just revels in a rich tapestry of human experience. 788 more words
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…and why the infirm and the criminal run not only the asylums and prisons but governments as well.
While I’m ignoring the current DC tired old variety show in which one party pretends that they cannot stand an appointee who is actually just as snuggly with banks who fund terrorism and launder drug money as they are… 1.705 more words