Boxing films, like all sporting yarns, are often less about the game than the rigorous framework it provides for discipline, focus and getting your life back on track. That’s certainly the case in Masaharu Take’s 100 Yen Love, in which a thirty-something slob is forced to fend for herself after a series of unfortunate events expose her to life’s harsh realities.
With Christmas almost upon us, now seemed to be as good a time as any to unwrap the cinematic beast that has been 2015 and look over the highs and lows, as well as unveil my official Top 10 of the year. Feel free to agree, disagree or otherwise express yourself.
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