After Yang premieres this Friday.
The film After Yang is not your standard science fiction flick. It is minimalist in its depiction of technology, centering on family and memory as opposed to the flashy gadgets of its future. Written and directed by the video essayist turned filmmaker Kogonada, it is not only getting a wide release this weekend but showing as part of this year’s Seattle Asian American Film Festival.
Notably, the film has a wondrous score by composer Aska Matsumiya that perfectly complements its low-fi sci-fi world. If you aren’t familiar with her work, you best fix that ASAP. You can hear her eclectic music in the underrated
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