PRESS & STILLS
"...one of those rare lowish-budget, entirely off-radar British debuts that feels like a discovery... To Tokyo scores high on dreamy-bordering-on-nightmarish atmosphere... a masterclass in engrossing, show-don’t-tell film-making."
"The sparkling sheen of the cinematography and stunning locations make a big visual impact while haunting music from Trevor Jones sounds like something Kenji Kawai might compose for one of Mamoru Oshii’s films"
"To Tokyo is a beautifully shot and intriguing fantasy drama..."
Rob Aldam, BackseatMafia
"striking visual experience that succeeds in carving a unique atmosphere, and creating a spirit that walks with you after viewing."
“It was such a mesmerising and compelling elevated genre film.
It had a particular strangeness that I haven’t quite seen before.
Sort of felt like one long soothing nightmare.”
Senior Programmer and Founder Defy Film Festival
"a deliberate mood piece... cross between Lost in Translation and Black Orpheus"
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