A Snake of June (2002) Shinya Tsukamoto

A Snake of June (2002)
aka Rokugatsu no hebi
Genre: Drama | Mystery | Thriller
Country: Japan | Director: Shinya Tsukamoto
Language: Japanese | Subtitles: English (optional, embedded in Mkv file)
Aspect ratio: 1.33:1 | Length: 76mn
Bdrip H264 Mkv - 958x720 - 23.976fps - 4.01gb

Audio Commentary by Tom Mes, author of
Iron Man: The Cinema of Shinya Tsukamoto
(Second AUdio Tack, in English)

Rinku is a suicide-prevention counselor, living with her husband Shigehiko. He's older than she, scrubbing things constantly, sexually indifferent. They sleep apart. During Tokyo's rainy season, Iguchi, a photographer Rinku has counseled by phone, sends her pictures he has taken through her skylight: she's wearing a short skirt, masturbating. He offers her the negatives if she'll follow his instructions. She's humiliated and agrees. He tells her he's only giving her license to express her inner desires. He sends her into the night to walk on the wild side. Then, she asks a favor of him, and soon her husband receives phone calls and photographs. Where will this triangle lead?

If TETSUO was about hating your body, SNAKE OF JUNE is about embracing it. Fans of the former will know what to expect in terms of style: black-and-white, wild photography, bizarre imagery etc. What they won't expect is the relatively accessible and easy-to-follow storyline in the first half, as a woman discovers her own desires through the promptings of a blackmailer. About half-way through the focus is switched to her husband, and here we revert to total obscurity, in the TETSUO and TETSUO 2 mould. Tsukamoto buffs will find it all very interesting, others will be left baffled.
 A Snake of June (2002)

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