Your Company


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Japan, France · 2017
1h 41m
Director Naomi Kawase
Starring Masatoshi Nagase, Ayame Misaki, Tatsuya Fuji, Kazuko Shirakawa
Genre Drama, Romance

Misako, a young woman who works creating audio descriptions of movies for blind audiences, meets Nakamori, a photographer in the process of losing his sight. Nakamori initially sharply criticizes Misako's work, but the two find an unexpected connection with each other and begin a relationship that changes both their perspectives.

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Variety by Guy Lodge

The film’s thematic preoccupation with the power of images — as perceived through any of the senses — is a worthy and thoughtful one. Yet the execution lacks the visual and emotional rigor of Kawase’s most imposing films, instead swaddling viewers in buttery lighting and blunt, earnest platitudes.


Screen International by Wendy Ide

Typically delicate and as gentle as a balm, the film’s well-intentioned earnestness will not endear it to the more cynical end of the audience spectrum. But fans of Kawase’s small scale personal dramas will respond to the film’s wistful tone, as well as the plaintive prettiness of the photography.

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