Aruitemo Aruitemo (Still Walking) (2008)
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as Ryota Yokoyama
as Yukari Yokoyama
as Toshiko Yokoyama
as Kyohei Yokoyama
as Chinami Kataoka
as Nobuo Kataoka
as Atsushi Yokoyama
as Mutsu Kataoka
as Satsuki Kataoka
as Sushi delivery perso...
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Critic Reviews for Aruitemo Aruitemo (Still Walking)
Koreeda's almost sage-like understanding of what makes modern families tick places him and this wonderful film in the league of Japan's grand master, Ozu, and you can't ask for higher praise than that.
There's a natural flow of small hatreds, resentments, joys, and insecurities, superbly caught by every member of the cast
Though Kore-eda is no Ozu, like who is, he proves that he can make the same kind of impactful domestic pic.
Still Walking is so uncommonly and beautifully perceptive about how families interact that it feels as natural as putting one foot in front of the next.
Taking place over little more than a day in the life of a family, Kore-eda's film locates the profound in the mundane. [Blu-ray]
Audience Reviews for Aruitemo Aruitemo (Still Walking)
Richly layered family drama that's poignant and wonderfully human. Even the animosity and strife is infused with warmth. Kore-Eda knocked this one out of the park.
Still Walking is a subtly beautiful film-making that revels in its simplicity in presenting complex honest emotions. Fine visual artistry. Gently tense that delivers a calm delight.
A beautiful poetic movie from director of Nobody Knows.The ending was the main point of movie,which gave us a deep feeling.It tried to bring up questions such as why we should make life intolerable and instead of loving each other grieve for the ones we have lost.While we know that life is short and soon we are going to die.I should admit the movie was a bit boring and required more material.We feel emotionally affected but at the same time we arent sure if it is a big deal.
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