After the Storm


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Stranger Says:

Hirokazu Kore-eda is one of the greatest directors in the world. His 1998 After Life is a masterpiece of 1990s cinema. That’s all you need to know about his new work, After the Storm, which is not too slow, too beautiful, too funny, too charming, too sad, and is not about much at all—there is a broken man, a death in the family, lots of old people in a quiet neighborhood, and very little money to go around. Drink a little sake before watching this film, which, like room-temperature sake, will make you all warm inside. (CHARLES MUDEDE)
by Charles Mudede
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Hirokazu Kore-eda
Hiroshi Abe, Yôko Maki, Kirin Kiki