A movie guide in which four illustrators introduce ``scenes from movies that you will want to imitate'' through illustrations and essays. This book features many scenes depicting subtle details that are picturesque even if they are not flashy, making the fantasy of overlapping movies and the real world even more enjoyable. The elaborate binding is also attractive, with an outer cover that looks like a obi but is actually folded paper, and a spine with the title printed directly on the codex binding.
*From the publisher's introduction
"This kind of scene from this kind of movie" ``A woman is a woman'' - Have a conversation using the title of the book. "(Haru)" - An encounter between a man and a woman through the Shinkansen window, who communicate on the Internet. ``The Virgin Suicides'' / ``Medical Record of a 17-Year-Old'' - Writing in a diary saves the day. "Sunshine of the Quince" - I continue to draw a quince tree in the same season every year. "Farewell to the Winter Seagull" - Barbecue in the winter park. ``Seishun Gunzo'' - Lazing around at the beach with friends. Such ——
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