Masaharu Fukuyama in a still from At the End of the Matinee (category IIA, Japanese, French, English), directed by Hiroshi Nishitani.Masaharu Fukuyama in a still from At the End of the Matinee (category IIA, Japanese, French, English), directed by Hiroshi Nishitani.
Masaharu Fukuyama in a still from At the End of the Matinee (category IIA, Japanese, French, English), directed by Hiroshi Nishitani.

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At the End of the Matinee film review: Japanese romance drama starring Masaharu Fukuyama is dull and inarticulate

  • This drama about a romance between a classical guitarist and a veteran journalist totally fails to strike a chord
  • The musical scenes are repetitive and the characters’ lack of communication is frustrating
Topic |   Asian cinema: Japanese films
Masaharu Fukuyama in a still from At the End of the Matinee (category IIA, Japanese, French, English), directed by Hiroshi Nishitani.Masaharu Fukuyama in a still from At the End of the Matinee (category IIA, Japanese, French, English), directed by Hiroshi Nishitani.
Masaharu Fukuyama in a still from At the End of the Matinee (category IIA, Japanese, French, English), directed by Hiroshi Nishitani.
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