There is an endless spiral within the human being that is based on what we feel in relation to others or the world, this deep and infinite ocean of emotions is what makes us who we are. Regardless of ...
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Horibe often paints in a pointillist style, and in the film we see Nishi's wife watching fireworks.
While I don't think it's likely to up-end Sonatine as my favourite Kitano film any time soon, Fireworks is easily the purest distillation of everything that defines Kitano as a filmmaker while also managing to be a strong film in its own right.