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Kusama: Infinity

Kusama: Infinity is a movie starring Yayoi Kusama. Artist Yayoi Kusama and experts discuss her life and work, from her modest beginnings in Japan to becoming an internationally renowned artist.

Other Titles
Kusama, Kusama. Infinito, 草間彌生∞INFINITY, Kusamas uendelige univers, Kusama: Infinity-The Life and Art of Yayoi Kusama, Kusama: Princess of Polka Dots, Kusama: Infinity - La vie et l'oeuvre de Yayoi Kusama, Kusama - Infinity, Kusama infinito, Yayoi Kusama: A Life in Polka Dots
Running Time
1 hours 16 minutes
480p, 720p, 1080p, 2K, 4K
Heather Lenz
Heather Lenz, Keita Ideno
Yayoi Kusama
Audio Languages
English, Deutsch, Français, Italiano, Español, Svenska, Gaeilge, Nederlands
日本語, Čeština, Tiếng Việt, Português, 한국어, Australia, Filipino, हिन्दी

Artist Yayoi Kusama and experts discuss her life and work, from her modest beginnings in Japan to becoming an internationally renowned artist.

Comments about documentary «Kusama: Infinity» (14)

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Hannah Collins

A very good documentary. It is difficult to imagine that the subject of "Kusama: Infinity" is only a myth. The idea that an enormous number of people, each in his or her own way, could have been involved in the fight for independence, the Japanese occupation of the Malay Archipelago and the Chinese invasion of the Malay Archipelago during the 1930s is one that can easily be imagined. In fact, the film is quite accessible. But it is not a documentary on the subject, but rather on the lives of the characters. A few of the people interviewed are quite well-known figures, but this is not the whole story. As the film progresses, we see the lives of many other people, and the interviews with them are very interesting. The film is also a little bit too long, and there is no sense of closure. I think that this could have been a good film for a lecture. However, it is a very good documentary that should be seen.

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Stephanie S.

The film is a good documentary about a local activist. It focuses on the impact of the 1992 Genocide against the Greek people, especially the Greeks of Crete, on the Greek society. It also documents the efforts of the Greek government to ignore the genocide and the social reaction. The film also covers the violence of the Greek state in the years following the Genocide. The film has several excellent interviews with Greek activists and activists from other European countries. It also includes footage of the Genocide itself, which is fascinating to watch. However, it is hard to appreciate the film if you are not Greek. This documentary is not for Greeks, and it is hard to understand the emotional impact of the Genocide on Greek society.

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Jane L.

This is a documentary that has a few flaws. First, it's quite slow. I found it somewhat boring at times. Second, it's not really a documentary. It's a set of interviews and a few clips of the actors. It is not a documentary, and I would not recommend it to anyone. But if you're curious, you might want to check it out.

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Brenda Beck

The short film "Infinity" from Katsuhiro Otomo is a pretty strange one. It's a kind of documentary film about a "living legend" who goes around with his "Monster Hunter" series. It's the sort of thing that makes you think of Akira Kurosawa's "Eyes of the Dragon" or the "Gamera" movies. But it's not all that interesting. There are some interesting scenes, but the main thrust of the film is the "Living Legend" himself. In particular, there's a couple of scenes where he has to be interviewed and speaks in a very strange way. I'm not sure what he's saying, but it's pretty hard to follow. The best part of the film is the interview with him, which is really interesting and weird. I'm not sure how I feel about this movie, but I think it's worth seeing. Otomo has done a couple of documentaries before. This is his most interesting one so far.

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Janice Austin

I have seen this documentary on several occasions, and it is always fascinating to see the interviews and the views of the scientists. Some of the scientists are even known for their work on various fields, and this is really great to see. I enjoyed watching this documentary very much, and I hope that it will be released in English language. I will definitely recommend this documentary to all my friends. I am very happy that I have discovered this documentary. If you are interested in the topic of space exploration and space exploration, I suggest you to watch this documentary. It is one of the most important documentaries that I have seen in a long time. The documentary is very well filmed and well directed. The best thing about this documentary is that it gives you a glimpse of the scientific aspect of space exploration, and it is very interesting. I also liked that the documentary does not tell you how to go to space, but it is about the scientific aspect of space exploration, and it is very interesting to watch. I am very glad that I have watched this documentary, and I hope that it will be released in English language.

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I watched this movie with my mother who is a huge anime fan and is a very big fan of kazuo, and she is also a fan of all the other films in the series. I'm a big fan of movies and I don't mind paying money to see them. This was a very interesting movie. I thought it was very well done. I don't know why this movie is getting a bad rap. It was a very well done movie. It is about the production of the film. It is really a very good movie and very well done. I would highly recommend it to people who like anime and like to see movies that are well done.

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I was excited to see this documentary, because it is about the origins of the gaijin in Japan, which is so important for understanding the Japanese psyche. In this film, we see the reactions of Japanese people to the American Invasion. We see them sing "Ride of the Valkyries" with glee, a song which is now part of the national anthem. We see them cheer and shout "USA!" and "USA!" in their local pubs. We see them show their patriotism by waving the national flag. We see them cheer for the Japanese who are fighting against the Americans. We see them yell "Japs! Japs! Japs!" at the top of their lungs. This is a very important film to learn from. I would highly recommend it to anyone who is interested in learning more about the Japanese culture. It is a great film, and one that I would highly recommend to anyone who is interested in the origins of the gaijin in Japan.

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Gloria Sims

After watching this film I was left with the feeling that it was about something else. I am a big fan of modern Japanese cinema. This film was a great addition to it. It was definitely an excellent piece of art. It had a message to it, and it was very well acted. This film would definitely make an excellent documentary on the subject. I would recommend this film to anyone looking for something different.

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Joseph G.

I enjoyed this documentary. It does a great job at showing how little people can make a difference in the world. In addition, the animation is very well done. The idea of a good old-fashioned documentary is a good one, but in this case it's done quite well. I also liked the music, which is quite fitting for the film. All in all, I would say this is a must-see.

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Thomas Murray

I'm not going to go into the details of the film, but I'll just say that it was good to see a documentary about a topic that's not so easily ignored. As a history buff, I was interested to learn about the history of the region. I thought it was a good documentary, even if it didn't explain everything, but it was good. It was a great way to show how far Japan has come since World War II, and it showed how the Japanese still have a lot to learn. The main reason I watched it was because of how good it was, and I don't know if it was because of the subject, but I was very impressed by the amount of history that was shown. The movie is really well done, and I recommend it to anyone interested in World War II history. It is definitely a documentary that I would recommend to anyone.

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Janice J.

The film tells the story of the world's most advanced artificial intelligence and its quest for its creator. It is a very interesting story that can be a bit confusing at times. The film also makes a nice job of telling the story of the last few years of AI research. However, the story is not that deep and it is not that original. I think the film would have been a lot more interesting if it had a bit more depth. The film does have a good ending, however. Overall, it is a good film that can be enjoyed by fans of AI and AI research.

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Rebecca B.

I don't think this film will do much for the history of the film industry, but I think it will make you appreciate how important the art of film-making is. It's certainly not for everyone, and the only way to truly enjoy it is to have a grasp of Japanese culture. I am not an American, so I am not familiar with Japanese culture, but I did enjoy this film, and it was very much worth the price of admission. The Japanese people in this film are not the ones who are being portrayed as "fat". They are the ones who are being portrayed as "fat", and it is very easy to understand why. The Japanese are obese, and it is something that is very difficult to explain. It is not something that can be explained by the "diet" theory, and that is what makes it so interesting. I think this film shows the beauty of Japanese culture, and the way that Japanese people think about life, and the beauty of their culture. It is also very informative about the Japanese attitude towards film, and the way that they think about making films. I think that this film is worth the price of admission, and I would recommend it to anyone who is interested in Japanese culture.

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Angela G.

I liked this movie a lot, it was very well made and the performances were excellent. I enjoyed it. It is a documentary and an interview with a Buddhist monk who lived in Japan and was trained in Zen Buddhism. He was a very educated person and he had many insights into Buddhism and his relationship with his mentor. His relationship with his mentor and the many questions he had were very interesting and the interviews with his teacher and his teacher's students were very interesting as well. The film was a bit slow at times but I enjoyed it and it is worth watching. It is a great introduction to the world of Zen Buddhism and it is a great introduction to Buddhism in general.

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Frances Johnson

I'd never heard of this documentary before but it was on TV one night and I thought it would be interesting. I watched the whole thing and I'm glad I did. It's definitely not a documentary, but it's interesting, informative, and has a great point of view. It's a bit like the real thing. The people interviewed are in their late twenties or early thirties and they all have a lot of stories to tell. It's a great look into the world of the Japanese American experience. The director and some of the interviewees are really cool and I'd recommend watching this. You won't be disappointed.