Kirin Kiki (right) and Haru Kuroki in Every Day a Good Day (category I; Japanese), directed by Tatsushi Ohmori.

Every Day a Good Day film review: veteran Japanese actress Kirin Kiki anchors tranquil tea ceremony film

  • Tatsushi Ohmori’s film portrays the tea ceremony as a women’s refuge, an immaculate sanctuary of calm and composure
  • The film is one of Kiki’s final screen roles. It is almost entirely devoid of male characters
Topic |   Asian cinema: Japanese films

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Kirin Kiki (right) and Haru Kuroki in Every Day a Good Day (category I; Japanese), directed by Tatsushi Ohmori.
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