15 min., 2016, USA
In a desperate attempt to aid a lost soul, a benevolent oversized rabbit must find a way to rekindle a forgotten spark.
Joji Koyama and Tujiko Noriko
84 min., 2017, Germany/UK/Japan
Romi, a Japanese woman living in Paris, works in a karaoke bar. At home in the suburbs, she tends to her paraplegic lover Milou. To pass the time she recounts to him a story alluding to a period they once spent together in Japan. Soon, the mystery of a man named Mr. Ono begins to unsettle everything. Weaving together personal history, anecdotes and myths, the story takes a dark turn.
“..a singular and impressively accomplished work of art.” –Christopher Bourne, Screen Anarchy
“hypnotic and meditative, Kuro is a daring work of cinematic literature.” —David Shreve, Audiences Everywhere