Takashi Murakami will have to make nearly 90 more films before he can truly earn that bland and often-repeated “Japanese Andy Warhol” comparison, but as a start, he’s made Jellyfish Eyes, which opened today in New York. You may be … Read More
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More and more artists are directing feature films with large casts, big budgets, and elaborate story lines involving everything from intellectual werewolves to Polish cowboys. Read More
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