Review of: The visions of Katharina: Lady X - episode 2 

reviewed by MildlyFearsomeFilms on 11/04/2003
Pretty original concept, but the highlight is the cinematography. That's a matter of preference of course, but I thought the camerawork was very well done. Obviously there's some big problems with the translation that should be fixed, but the plot still came across ok, it just made it seem a little less professional. Quality visual imagery with a substandard translation.

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