Sie klauen alles – eines Tages auch ein kleines Mädchen. Es ergeht ihm aber sehr gut dabei. Hirokazu Kore-edas Film "Shoplifters" handelt. SHOPLIFTERS - Familienbande. Genre: Drama Regie: HIROKAZU KORE-EDA Mit: LILY FRANKY, JYO KAIRI, SASAKI MIYU. Share 0. Shoplifters - Familienbande. ()IMDb 7,92 Std. 1 Min Nach einer Diebestour nimmt Osamu Shibata ein kleines, verwahrlostes Mädchen auf. Osamu.
Shoplifters – FamilienbandeShoplifters - Familienbande. ()IMDb 7,92 Std. 1 Min Nach einer Diebestour nimmt Osamu Shibata ein kleines, verwahrlostes Mädchen auf. Osamu. Die ausgedehnte Familie Shibata lebt am Rande Tokyos in Armut und hält sich mit Gelegenheitsjobs, Gaunereien und Diebstählen über Wasser. Bei einem Diebeszug in einer kalten Nacht begegnen Vater Osamu und Sohn Shota der kleinen Yuri, die. Shoplifters – Familienbande, auch Manbiki kazoku (Originaltitel: 万引き家族, internationaler Titel Shoplifters, dt. „Ladendiebe“) ist ein japanischer Spielfilm von.
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When the young son is arrested, secrets are exposed that upend their tenuous, below-the-radar existence. Hirokazu Koreeda. Kaoru Matsuzaki , Hijiri Taguchi.
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View All Critic Reviews Feb 25, In a recent interview, Lars von Trier reflected on when he won the Palme d'Or for Dancer in the Dark. He said that when a film is in competition for a prize, there must be consensus among the jury for it to win, so usually the most "middle of the road" entries win.
While I have a less glamorous idea of what constitutes a middle of the road film, by Cannes Film Festival quality a more apt descriptor would be "d'Or-bait" for this year's winner, Hirokazu Kore-eda's Shoplifters.
That's not really meant as a dig at the movie, it's just that I can see why it won and why I wasn't blown away by it. Among this year's Academy Award nominees for best foreign picture, Shoplifters has plenty to compete with as well.
By most accounts, Roma is a masterpiece of humanism and realism while Cold War is a smoky cool Eastern bloc romance, but outside of cinephile circles I hear a lot grumbling about how they're all boring, overlong, or unengaging.
It comes as no surprise that many who appreciate the more energetic side of the movie spectrum have reacted this way, but what was a bit bothersome to me was how underwhelming Shoplifters ultimately proved to be.
Of course it impressed the Frenchies as the film is totally cine-literate. There's a fairly overt reference to the opening scene of Godard's Contempt, and what poverty-stricken family drama doesn't by definition owe a great debt to The Blows?
There's plenty of diffused kinetic action and deliberately avoided spectacle to boot. But aside from some smiles, a little laughter, and one particularly touching scene, I couldn't help but feel a little Here I was expecting a game-changer, and all I got was a well made film.
As always, I should have governed my hype better. The film concerns a makeshift family living in a hovel somewhere in Tokyo.