Masami Nagasawa Yoshino Koda was born in 1987 in Shizuoka, Japan. I have seen some of his previous films and I loved them all, but sadly not this time. Yoshino sends a letter about Suzu to her oldest sister Sachi. But individuals have their own reasons why they liked it, likewise I'm writing this review to say why I did not like much. This movie is totally made for the film critics and film festivals, but winning awards that I never understood how. Still, if you're looking for a traditional narrative, be forewarned: several of the most eventful plot points take place during the first 15 minutes. Stattdessen erzählt die sehr unaufdringlich gefilmte Tragikomödie von drei Schwestern, die nach dem Tode des Vaters der jungen vierten Obdach gewähren.
But that moment is full of potent mixed feelings, the kind that linger with you into the next scene because of how direct and tranquil the preceding scene is. Like Ozu, Kore-eda focuses on simple moments of heartbreaking melancholy and swoon-worthy happiness. Sachi intuitively guesses that Suzu needs a change of scene, based on the selfish behavior of Suzu's mother. Three twenty-something sisters - Sachi, Yoshino and Chika - live together in a large old house in the seaside town of Kamakura. At the funeral, they meet their 14 year old half-sister Suzu Asano Suzu Hirose.
It was selected to compete for the at the. If you want to try it, make sure got lots of time, especially watching it with patience is very essential. Some call her a deadeye actor but she can cry alright although here because it's less melodramatic, her character fits her well, comparatively speaking. Again Koreeda delves into the family theme. The four actresses who portrayed the sisters were all awarded or nominated for the acting awards was nominated for , and were nominated for Outstanding Performance by a Supporting Actress in a Leading Role and won Newcomer of the Year. His films are a study of the human spirit, what it actually takes to break it and how we come out on the other side. The runtime of Our Little Sister is 128 minutes 02 hours 08 minutes.
It also competed for Palme d'Or at Cannes 2015 Suzu at Cannes at 17!! I can't think of another recent domestic drama that is simultaneously so optimistic and so melancholic. The breezes of gentleness, smooth like butter and sweet like honey, carry me home and let me curl up into a soft ball. It was like someone's real life portrayed on the screen yet not a documentary. Maybe that's why I did not like this because I felt like it was someone's life which is nothing to do with me. These snapshots are unostentatiously powerful. There are three sisters: 29-year-old Sachi Kouda, 22-year-old Yoshino Kouda and 19-year-old Chika Kouda.
Suzu eagerly agrees, and begins a new life with her older sisters. They have lived together since their dad left home for another woman and their mum imitated her husband by running off with another man. They live at a house in Kamakura, Japanese. He is always able to observe people living regular lives and then throws a wrench in it. As a storyteller, Kore-eda does not resort to generic formulas. Seguir el legado es una de las bases con la cual parte dicha obra, y es curioso ya que el mismo director sigue los pasos de Ozu para relatar sus historias sin objetivo aparente.
But that's not to say that parenthood isn't as important. Our Little Sister has a similar feel as my favorite of his, Still Walking. Genre: , Stars: , , , , , , , , Director: Hirokazu Koreeda Country: Rating: 7. Our Little Sister isn't bad, I enjoyed it for its simplicity and beautiful visuals. This is the kind of movie that encourages viewers to slow down and take stock of their lives' defining little moments. The pacing here is languid, even for him, and there is even less drama here than in his previous films.
I actually liked the contrast between the four sisters, Ayase plays the eldest, the mother figure, Nagasawa plays the carefree, stylish one, Kaho plays the oddball, happy-go-lucky and Suzu plays the quiet, simple one. It was without the twists, turns, thrills, sad, happy, romance because of too much realism. If someone is going like it, that might be mostly out of courtesy, and maybe for the cast and their performances and the respect for the film making or maybe they're somewhat close to this story. I won't suggest it, but you might like what I did not because of the different taste in the movies. So all I say is choose it carefully, don't let the ratings and the reviews deceive you, including mine. That being said, his work isn't for everyone.
There they meet their shy teenage half-sister Suzu for the first time and, bonding quickly, invite her to live with them. Pero lo que le concierne a Hirokazu es ir a lo cotidiano, a lo íntimo de sus personajes y eso es algo que su lente capta con una ternura incalculable. After reading the letter, Sachi attends the funeral. But he is able to create characters so rich, diverse and real, that simply watching them talk to each other or walk along the beach or go shopping, is enough. It was based on the manga series. In another, Suzu enjoys the warmth of the sun, and the shade of white cherry blossoms during a rapturous bike ride with a boy friend who isn't her boyfriend. One day, they receive news of the death of their father whom they haven't seen in 15 years.
You can tell so much about the little heartaches and happiness of Ozu's characters from little gestures, and the same is true of Kore-eda's film. All in their twenties, Sachi Haruka Ayase , Yoshino Masami Nagasawa , and Chika Kaho live together in an old house passed down from their grandmother. So if you look at the scene where Sachi and her sisters invite Suzu to live with them, you'll immediately notice how spare, and deceptively uncomplicated the scene is. Never shying away from the picturesque, the film depicts a vivid world that is crystal clear, gleaming, and suffused with life. Haruka Ayase Sachi Koda was born in 1985 in Hiroshima, Japan. It's not that it's bad; it's just ultimately unsatisfying and somewhat overlong. His films are a study of the human spirit, what it actually takes to break it and how we come out on the other side.