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lekast's avatar


Once again Kore-Eda brings us in a japan family life. You could think "well, another one"...but each time he makes us explore all the desired and undesired bounds that human can create. We are struggling with our own emotions observing these people trying to survive in a modern society which excludes them. and , once again, it is a master piece.
1 year 6 months ago
jacob_john's avatar


Beautifully shot and narrated. One of the year's best for me.
1 year 6 months ago
Windill's avatar


Excellent movie about a family of shoplifters rescueing a beaten little girl. In the same line as 'Nobody knows'. I found this one even better.
1 year 6 months ago
Beingtaki's avatar


Beautifully narrated the good sides of a criminal family.
3 months ago
Andrewski's avatar


What an amazing flurry of emotions here. It’s all about family, even though the characters are barely related, if at all. And while they live in squalor you can see how good they have it. You even relate to them on a fundamental level.

[spoiler]And then, when the house of cards tumbles down, and you see how (pretty objectively) everything was terrible, and the adults are kind of terrible, you still aren’t sure any of them has landed in a better place. Because the place they had was each other, and they all more or less chose that place.
5 months 2 weeks ago
Emiam's avatar


Cannes, Palme d'Or-winner 2018. Sad. Interesting. Unfortunately somewhat slow with its two hours.
I saw it with Lidingö Film Studio in spring 2019.
1 year 3 months ago
onuryz's avatar


We clearly see that Cannes Grand Jury was unfair to Dogman which was superior to this so-called social realist movie.
1 year 2 months ago
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