Eternally Younger Than Those Idiots movie review: Japanese coming-of-age drama finds humour and tragedy in a young woman’s anxiety about still being a virgin

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Eternally Younger Than Those Idiots movie review: Japanese coming-of-age drama finds humour and tragedy in a young woman’s anxiety about still being a virgin

3.5/5 starsFor many university students, graduation is a time for celebration. For some, taking their first tentative steps into the adult world can also be a period of overwhelming anxiety and self-doubt.In Eternally Younger Than Those Idiots, Ryohei Yoshino’s sensitive adaptation of Kikuko Tsumura’s award-winning novel, college senior Horigai (Yui Sakuma) is wrestling with precisely these fears when she meets the quiet and withdrawn Inogi (Nao). Their tender and sympathetic relationship helps…

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