Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Must Watch: Tokyo Project

#FindingLoveInTokyo

While Stranger Things, West World, and The Affair are slowly making its way back to the silver screen, I've been endlessly searching for new shows to fill the void. I've already binged watch on The Handmaid's Tale, pretty much everything on Netflix (which I highly recommend American Vandal and Atypical) and whatever is on FX (I mean, how many times can you watch Gone Girl?). So when I randomly stumbled upon HBO's short film, Tokyo Project, I had low expectations as I desperately wanted to watch good TV. To my surprise, I was mesmerized! Starring Elizabeth Moss and Ebon Moss-Bachrach, this sweepingly beautifully film had me laughing, gushing, semi-crying, applauding, and even yelling at the screen, "Yas Offred and Desi!!"

From executive producers Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner, this film follows two mysterious strangers who are irresistibly attracted to each other—always finding themselves crossing paths in back alleys, ramen shops, and secret bars in Tokyo. After an erotic and exciting night out, viewers discover that these two visitors have more in common than they might think. While Tokyo Project is only 32 minutes long, every shot, dialogue, expression, and moment are perfectly captured to satisfy you're TV craving.

Check out the trailer and be sure to watch the full film available on HBO.

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