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Film Review - Our Little Sister


A few years ago, director Hirokazu Koreeda crafted “Like Father, Like Son,” a sincere examination of parental love soon challenged by a strange events and custody concerns. It was a terrific picture, showcasing Koreeda’s preference for humanistic stories and a love for deceptively simple drama, adding another triumph to an already impressive filmography (including “After Life” and “Still Walking”). Koreeda returns to screens with “Our Little Sister,” which also explores a family disrupted by unforeseen developments. While urgency is less of a priority this time out, the helmer still puts together an irresistible collection of characters and personal issues, fashioning a community of anxious types looking for clarity in life and love. Read the rest at


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