“Fe” - the first feature film directed by Kanji Nakajim - was completed in 1994 and highly regarded among a lot of International Film Festivals. Poetically representing a new relationship between human beings and things buried in oblivion after doing their duties, this work approaches the essence of 'science' and 'civilization.' “Fe” is nothing but a requiem for the past civilization, without any superabundant dialogues but with overwhelming beautiful images.
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Have you watched Fe yet? What did you think about it?