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A teenager, haunted by his mother’s tragic death, is relocated from Tokyo to the serene rural home of his new stepmother Natsuko, who bears a striking resemblance to his mum. His strange new world grows even stranger following the appearance of a persistent gray heron, who dubs him the “long-awaited one.”
Facing the apocalypse, as a secret website devotes itself to the terrible isolation of ghosts and the parable of techno terror.
The fate of missing schoolgirl haunts the lives of a medium and her husband in Japan.
A young prince is caught up in a titanic struggle of sorcerers.
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Collecting signs Nate Carlson on Alexander Payne’s multiple Oscar-nominated The Holdovers
Under the influence Christine Vrem-Ydstie and Brian Wiebe on I Am A Channel
Coming to life Ethan Barrett on depression, crayons and Rosemary AD (After Dad)
Anatomy cleans up at the Césars Oppenheimer’s Nolan pays tribute to France’s love for cinema
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