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Netflix Japan: What's New on Netflix
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This detailed documentary examines the history, symbolism, tradition and beauty of the Japanese sword. Power, honor, the soul itself -- the Japanese sword has grown and evolved along with the very island it comes from.
While reeling from a breakup, a Chinese woman studying in Paris stumbles into a stormy relationship with a brooding, impulsive French worker. An accident brought their worlds crashing together. An act of violence will draw them into a twisted affair.
Viral video star Rémi Gaillard gives up the prankster life to save his relationship but struggles to keep his wild side in check in this zany comedy. Outrageous stunts made him a star. Now, it's time to settle down. But everyday life may send him over the edge.
Different cutting-edge artists collaborate to create a dreamy, kaleidoscopic vision based on Derek Jarman's arthouse film "The Garden."
As a couple interviews a renowned dance professor for their dissertation, their probing questions soon betray a hidden agenda. When an ex-dancer consents to an interview about his career, his whole life could end up on trial.
After witnessing his parents' brutal murder, a young boy is raised by a martial arts master who grooms him to be a lethal killer. Some 20 years later, it's time to take revenge on the assassins who destroyed his childhood.
Confined to a wheelchair for most of her life, lonely Christine (Sylvie Testud) devises a plan to change her circumstances by journeying to Lourdes, the small town in the foothills of the Pyrenees, where many flock to be healed. The journey yields startling results for our isolated hero in director Jessica Hausner's Austrian drama, an official selection at the Toronto International Film Festival and the Venice Film Festival.
When an unhappily married small-town pharmacist hooks up with a hot customer, he's soon caught up in a web of sex, drugs and potential murder.
Two grown siblings reluctantly return to the home of their performance-artist parents, but things take a turn when Mom and Dad up and disappear.