37 Seconds (2019)
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It's a rare film that understands disability as a complex part of its character's understanding of themselves and the world around them, rather than a categorization to be swiftly demonized or fetishize.
"37 Seconds" is deceptively delicate and quietly tough. Not unlike its protagonist.
This isn't the anodyne, awards-baiting film about disability that viewers might be used to; instead, Hikari's feature debut is sensitive and empathetic, showing a young woman who is more than just her cerebral palsy.
Eventually, though, the film loses confidence in itself, overloading its last third with needless family-secret twists and one especially unnecessary travelogue denouement.
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