Beanpole

Beanpole is raw and crushing, but there is an obvious challenge for non-native speakers: the intricacies of the language are important, but could not be captured carefully in subtitles. The cultural post-war weirdness is key, but might not be easily understood by the international audience. I guess, that is why the feature did not succeed in mainstream awards. It covers plenty of topics highly relevant in the modern society, and the content might produce cognitive dissonance across the spectrum.

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