Rotten Tomatoes reviewers bestowed an excellent 84 rating, with audiences at an even better 89. Okja, the film, is eclectic, with twists and a happy ending, but missing an opportunity by not having Okja, the superpig, give birth to her own super piglet. Or maybe that will be the sequel.
Cannes Film Festival in May, there were a lot of boos when Netflix was announced-- guess from which group--but the movie itself got a 4-minute standing ovation at the end. Who knows, you might not get a chance to see it in your city, too, so you might be compelled to try Netflix.
what happened to Japan. While flying around the world I bypass watching their films, and instead watch Korean productions, primarily because something awful has happened to Japanese films. They are boring, without meaning and fluffy. Japanese producers don't take risks, everything is low budget and their critics don't criticize.
list of the 100 most popular Japanese actors/actresses. How many do you recognize who are alive?
Korean films are so much more meaningful. You will love Okja and Okja.