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Blu-ray Review - Videophobia


2019's "Videophobia" is co-writer/director Daisuke Miyazaki's attempt to address the lack of privacy in the digital age, with those looking to cause harm capable of doing so rather easily, putting the burden of justice on the victim, and options are limited. It's not a statement picture, but an atmospheric one, with the production turning to the surreal and the mysterious to understand a psychological erosion happening within the lead character, who endures a shocking event in her life she doesn't fully understand. "Videophobia" arrives in the midst of rising revenge porn and deepfake cases, and while Miyazaki doesn't directly address the mental health and legal crisis, he hopes to provide a more internalized journey of horror through filmmaking artfulness. Read the rest at


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