Mifune’s Last Song – 1999 – Søren Kragh-Jacobsen

Dogma 95-cinema at its best, Mifune’s storytelling combines unforgiving realism with an erratic charm that leaves you strangely uplifted. Despite the film’s dealing with one of Dogma’s favourite topics – dysfunctional family life – Mifune has a heart-warming quality that turns it into the possibly most unlikely feel-good film ever. Sabine Wolf

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One response to “Mifune’s Last Song – 1999 – Søren Kragh-Jacobsen

  1. Great review! If there was a monthly prize for the best review, this is definitely my favourite!

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