Excerpt: Tetsuya Nakashima is probably best known on western shores for Kamikaze Girls but his latest effort is so far removed from the Lolita-pop bliss of that manga adaptation that there aren’t really any apt comparisons to make between the two pictures aside from the fact that they’re both really good movies.
Conclusion: Dark, moody, thought-provoking and superbly directed, Tetsuya Nakashima's Confessions embodies everything I love about cinema. Simply fascinating. The Blu-ray disc herein reviewed, courtesy of British distributors Third Window Films, looks and sounds terrific. Do not miss this film, folks. I guarantee you have not seen anything like it. VERY HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. Did you find this review helpful?