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We live in such cities and little by little we lose this physicality that is a basic part of humanity.
But if water enters into that correlation, this stimulates the growth of weeds and plants between the concrete, which in turn attract insects, and brings life into this concrete world.
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Slarek takes a walk in the Tokyo rainfall."I always think of the correlation between the decline of physicality and the modern concrete city.
And when the translator is really excellent, we don't notice their work at all.
When the original language of a film is mentioned in the film itself (for example, Do you speak English?
The risk for this is especially high when translating from one's native language into a second language, which is why most professionals translate into their own language.
Failing to carry details from one language to another is all too easy.
A term in one language may have no equivalent in another, or the associations might differ wildly.
It's a theme he vividly explored in the 1995 Tokyo Fist [Tôkyô-ken], and those familiar with that film will find a number of recognisable touchstones here.
Like that film, A Snake of June also features a trio of central characters comprised of one female and two males, one of whom is again played by Tsukamoto and all of whom are suppressing emotions that will be externalised through the process of disruption and manipulation by another member of this group.