Pascal-Alex Vincent – Satoshi Kon, l’illusionniste AKA Satoshi Kon: The Illusionist (2021)

A subtle portrait of Japanese director Satoshi Kon by the specialist of Japanese cinema Pascal-Alex Vincent and a dive into a rich work. With interviews of the greatest Japanese, French and American directors inspired by his work.

Satoshi Kon: The Illusionist (French: Satoshi Kon, l’illusionniste) is a 2021 documentary film directed by Pascal-Alex Vincent. The film celebrates the legacy of Japanese anime director Satoshi Kon. The production features interviews with animators, voice actors, producers, directors, and writers who worked with Kon during his career.

The film is a documentary on the career of Japanese anime director Satoshi Kon, who is often regarded as one of the leading figures in animation. The film follows the growth of Kon’s career from his debut film Perfect Blue (1997) to his unfinished production The Dreaming Machine. The documentary features interviews from his collaborators, including animators, animation historians, voice actors, producers, directors, and writers. The cast includes Darren Aronofsky, Jérémy Clapin, Marc Caro, Mamoru Oshii, and Rodney Rothman. – Wiki

3.14GB | 1h 21m | 1920×1036 | mkv

Subtitles:French hardsub

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