Crimson staff writer
Clara V. Nguyen
In a genre as saturated as the film’s neon-heavy color scheme, Kyōhei Ishiguro’s cinematic directorial debut makes a splash not just with its bright palette but also with its reinterpretations of romance tropes.
I don’t really remember the first time I watched “Spirited Away” — but its soundtrack, like Chihiro’s hair tie, will always be a connection to Miyazaki’s unforgettable cinematic world, shining with the warmth of “One Summer’s Day.”
Kazuo Ishiguro's dystopian novel, "Klara and the Sun," reveals truths about memory, identity, and mortality through the robotic eyes of its protagonist.
When the New York-based indie rockers commissioned two covers of the “Father of the Bride” co-lead single “2021” from saxophonist Sam Gendel and jam band Goose, their only requirement was that each one last exactly 20 minutes and 21 seconds.
Weezer’s lead vocalist Rivers Cuomo begins the rock band’s latest track with a confession about his music taste: “All my favorite songs are slow and sad.”