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The director of humanist, thoughtful films, the self-titled Ken Loach of Japanese cinema, Hirokazu Kore-eda has moved on to murder in his latest The Third Murder.
His previous work has largely been centered on broken families, and taken a child’s point of view – its no accident that Arrow Academy have released a box set of 3 of his films, entitled Family Values.
The UK is in the middle of an unlikely and persistent heatwave temperatures are in the high twenties, when for most British summer’s, the best you can hope for is high teens.
Interestingly we cope with this unusual heat better than cold spells.
It's a film in which for most of the hour and a half running time, we watch a man and a woman walking up and down a steep narrow path, fetching and carrying buckets of water in blistering heat, and occasionally ladling the water parsimoniously onto wilting plants. We...
Look at his photo.
What kind of films would you say he made?
Action films, maybe?
If i tell you his Italian?