As Labyrinth of Cinema finishes it's first run in Los Angeles today we could not be more excited about the reception the film has received so far or about the upcoming opportunities to show the film in more theaters across the US and Canada. Labyrinth of Cinema is a hard film to summarize, but Simon Abrams does a great job of it writing for RogerEbert.com.
"'Labyrinth of Cinema' is tremendously affecting, frequently beguiling, usually exhausting, and on, and on, and on. An indulgent ramble from an innovative surrealist who was always sensitive and even suspicious of his own work’s impact—as a tool for advertising, political whitewashing, and pure sentimental indoctrination. On his out way the door, Nobuhiko Obayashi left us wondering how he got all the way from 'House' to here without losing faith in humanity and his art; I don’t know, but 'Labyrinth of Cinema' is still there anyway."
Read the full review at RogerEbert.com