Love Letter (1995)

PG   |    |  Drama, Romance

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When exchanging letters two women discover new things about a man they knew.



  • Miki Sakai in Love Letter (1995)
  • Takashi Kashiwabara in Love Letter (1995)
  • Miki Sakai in Love Letter (1995)
  • Miho Nakayama in Love Letter (1995)
  • Miho Nakayama in Love Letter (1995)
  • Love Letter (1995)

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24 June 2003 | Robodok
| More than a love story
On the surface, this is a simple yet moving love story. However, through its twin protagonists, this film explores our relation to the past and how various parts of it may be idealised, suppressed, or distorted, in part based on our assumptions about others that usually go unstated and unchallenged. This latter point is reinforced through a subplot involving (female) Itsuki's grandfather and a past tragedy.

The film is very striking visually, in turns showing sweeping landscapes and intimately detailed portraits. Emotions are at times powerfully conveyed by a camera movement accompanied by a well chosen musical score. The limited use of a hand-held camera jarred with the serene beauty of the rest of the film, which no doubt was the intent, but I found it to be a minor distraction.

All in all, a very poetic missive delivered to us by the skilled hand of Shunji Iwai.

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