This McG-directed Takashi Murakami collaboration (note the rainbow flowers and masked social commentary) has Kirsten Dunst donning a Harajaku schoolgirl outfit, walking the streets of the “anime Mecca” of Japan, Akihabara. It screened as part of the Tate Modern’s “Pop Life: Art In A Material World” exhibit, and features the actress singing “Turning Japanese” by ’80s band, The Vapors, a song that’s arguably about masturbation. Talk about risqué business.
What do you think? How does “Akihabara Majokko Princess” compare to Dunst’s other recent short, “Non Plus One,” which co-starred Jason Schwartzman and was directed by Gia Coppola?