Sono’s frantic depiction of angry, confused youth is one of his strongest, most poetic works.
The conclusion of Sion Sono’s Hate trilogy gets a reliably barebones but sturdy home-video release from Olive Films.
Sion Sono’s film is a vision of coming of age as trial by fire.
Guilty of Romance is something of a feminist film with a message that’s both dystopic and invigorating.
Doggedly determined to capture the midnight-madness audience, the gorehounds, and the fanatics of extreme cult cinema.
Its unsettling air lies in Sono and co-writer Yoshiki Takahashi’s unwillingness to attach Murata’s mania to a recognizable source.